- Open: Monday: closed Tuesday - Sunday: 8:30 to 15:00 Tickets: Full: €2, Reduced: €1 Special ticket package: Full: €2, Reduced: €1 Valid for: Archaeological Museum of Argos, Archaeological Museum of Argos, Heraion of Argos In the Archaeological Museum of Argos movable finds from the area of the city of Argos, the western part of the lowland and mountainous Argolida are being housed. Dating from prehistoric times to the Roman era. The building complex of the museum consists of two parts, a listed monument, "Kallergeio" and a new wing. The permanent exhibition includes three halls. The largest room on the ground floor of the new section of the museum. In this, the exhibition follows a chronological order, with finds from the Middle Helladic period until classical times. Among the most important exhibits is a great funerary compass, one bronze armor, iron spits with krateftes in ship shape Geometric period (8th century BC), a crater part of the 7th century BC depicting the blinding of Polyphemus one lyre made with turtle shell and a red-figure Attic vase painter Ermonakta. On the ground "Kallergeiou" finds from the prehistoric settlement of Lerna dating from the Early Neolithic Pperiod to the Mycenaean era are being exhibited. The most important exhibits are the clay female figurine Neolithic, the circular hearth and clay imprints seals from the first hellenic village of Lerna. Upstairs the "Kallergeiou" sculptures from the region, mostly copies of classical works. Particularly noteworthy are a relief of Eumenides Hellenistic period and a copy of the so-called Hercules 'Farnese' of Lysippos. In the courtyard of the museum has become a garden section representation Roman villa found on the street Gounari at Argos. In the galleries housed mosaics found in this or region. Distinguished hunting scenes with hawk and personalized seasons and months of the year.
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- Open: Winter: 08:00-17:00 Summer: 08:00-19:30 On Mondays the museum opens after 12:00. Tickets: Full: €6, Reduced: €3 Special ticket package: Full: €6, Reduced: €3 for the museum and the archaeological site Valid for: Archaeological Museum of Asklepeion Epidaurus, Sanctuary of Asklepios at Epidaurus The Archaeological Museum of Epidaurus is situated within the Archaeological Site of the Sanctuary of Asklepios at Epidaurus, which was the metropolis of all Asclepeia the ancient world. It was built to house the many important findings of the multi-annual excavation of the Sanctuary of Asklepios (1881-1928), conducted by the archaeologist Panagis Kavvadia and Archaeological Society. The exhibits date from the Archaic to the Roman era. The kind of exhibits varies and includes inscriptions, medical instruments, simas ancient buildings, crown tiles, reliefs, large statues and many offerings of small size, and large sections of significant ancient buildings from the sanctuary of Asclepius: a) Propylaea, b) Temple of Asclepius, c) Temple of Artemis, d) Tholos Epidaurus, e) and the known major unfinished Corinthian capital found near Dome. Also in the museum are exhibited casts of important sculptures such as the Health 4th c. Venus (Roman copy), Asclepius (Roman era), the pediments of the temple of Asklepios, the capes of the temple of Artemis and reliefs, which are located at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens.
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- Open: Winter: 8:00-15:00 Summer: 08:00-15:00 Every Monday, the museum is closed. Holy Friday, April 10th: 12.00-17.00 Tickets: Full: €3, Reduced: €2 The Archaeological Museum of Nafplion is housed exhibits from excavations of the Archaeological Service and the Archaeological Society Foreign Archaeological Schools and donations (Glymenopoulou, Nikandrou). The Archaeological Museum of Nafplion is housed in a monumental, two-floor building in the historic center of Nafplion. The space of the permanent exhibition of the museum covers an area of 580 sq.m. and occupies the first and second floor. In the hall of the first floor exhibits date back to the prehistoric era, the Paleolithic, the Mesolithic, the Neolithic and the Bronze Age and from Franchthi cave Kefalari, Dendra, the Midea, Nauplia, Tiryns, Assini, the Prosymna-Berbati and Kazarma. In the new exhibition the museum to be organized soon to be subjected approximately 1500 objects. Much of these consists of the exhibits from the old exhibition and will be listed in the new report around 500 findings from recent or earlier excavations. On the ground floor of the museum houses the Fourth Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities.
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- Open: Winter: From the 1st of November until the 31 of March: 8:30-15:00 Tickets: Free admission The Laskarideio Folklore Museum of Nea Kios is housed in a one-storey building, owned by the Municipality of Nea Kios and consists of four rooms and auxiliary rooms. -The First room contains clothes and other items with references to silk, which was flourishing in Kios and supported economic refugees who arrived in Argolida. -The Second room a trek from Nea Kios is being attempted with paper documents, photographs and documents. -The Third room is dedicated to religious items, utensils, sacerdotal garments and photographs related to religious ceremonies and events. -Finally, the fourth room contains mainly household objects (utensils, quilts, blankets, embroidery, cushions etc.). Outside the museum there is a garden with a traditional oven and agricultural objects.
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- Open: Winter(November 1-March 31): 08.00-15.00 Summer(April): 08.00-19.00 (May to October): 08.00-20.00 Tickets: Full: € 8, Reduced: € 4 The exhibition material comes from Mycenae and places that have been investigated in the region and represents all the periods of use of the area from the beginning of the Bronze Age, around 3000 BC and the Hellenistic period, 2nd century. BC The are 2,500 exhibits, mostly clay, and metal, stone, miniatures, jewelery, ivory carving and murals. The exhibition material is distributed in four independent modules, structured thematically and time. The first two relate to the Bronze Age, about the life of the Mycenaeans and the posthumous life, the third, the use of space in historical times and the fourth, the Mycenaean civilization.
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