- Open: Winter: From 1/11 to 31/3, 08:00-15:00 (Mondays closed) Summer: From 3/4 to 30/4, 08:00-19:00 From 2/5 to 30/9, 08:00-20:00 From 1/10 to 15/10, 08:00-19:00 From 16/10 to 31/10, 08:00-18:00 Free admission: 6/3, 18/4, 18/5, 5/6, 28/10 last weekend of September, 1st Sunday of each month from 1/11 until 31/3 Tickets: Full: €6, Reduced: €3 Tickets for both the Museum and the Archaeological Site. Discount tickets (3€) for special categories of visitors. The Classical Gallery will remain closed from 27/1/2014 until 31/12/2014 due to re- exhibition works. Special ticket package: Full: €6, Reduced: €3 The Museum is located in the centre of the archaeological site of ancient Corinth, in the middle of the modern, homonymous village, on the northern slope of Acrocorinth. It was built in 1931-1932, with the initiatie of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, designed by W. Stuart Thompson, thanks to the donation of Ada Small Moore. In its galleries finds currently exhibited, attest the continuous habitation of the area as well, while others are originated from selected archaeological sites of the Corinthia, from prehistoric times until the Byzantine period, are exhibited. Today, visitors can visit the Prehistoric and Roman Galleries, as well as the Asklepieion Gallery, where votive objects related to the healing power of the god are exhibited. In the Atrium, one can also admire a collection of Roman statues, sculpture and ancient inscriptions in both Greek and Latin, as well as finds from the Late Roman Jewish Synagogue of the city. The Classical Gallery is temporarily closed due to its re-exhibition, along with the exhibition of the East Gallery. The project is funded by ESPA 2007-2014 and excecuted by the 37th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities of Corinthia.
Category: MUSEUMSImages Send e-mailAnchient Corinth - Corinthia2741031207,2741031480
- Open: Winter: Monday: closed Tuesday-Sunday: 08.30-15.00 Summer: the same as winter Tickets: Full: €2, Reduced: €1 Special ticket package: Full: €2, Reduced: €1 The museum was built in 1970 by the architect Paul Mylonas and opened to the public in 1978. It contains collections of finds from the sanctuary of Poseidon, the sanctuary of Palaimon, the Hellenistic settlement at Rachi, and from the excavations in the area of Isthmia and the ancient harbour of Cenchreai.
Category: MUSEUMSIsthmia - Corinthia2741037244
- Open: Summer: 8:00 - 15:00 until the 31st of October Tickets: Full: €4, Reduced: €2 Special ticket package: Full: €4, Reduced: €2 Valid for: Archaeological Museum of Nemea, Sanctuary of Zeus at Nemea, Stadium of Nemea The museum contains a collection of pictures of Nemea by travellers of the 18th and 20th centuries, coins of ancient visitors to Nemea, items related to the athletic activity on the site, prehistoric finds (pottery, tools, weapons etc.) from sites in the district of Nemea, pottery and jewellery from the Mycenaean cemetery at Aidonia and the settlement of Aghia Eirene, architectural parts from monuments at Nemea and other sites, and a collection of inscriptions from Nemea, Phlius and Petri.
Category: MUSEUMSNemea - Corinthia2746022739
- Open: Tuesday-Sunday: 08.30-13.30 Except for public holidays & 05-25 August The Historical - Folklore Museum of Corinth, Vassos Petropoulos - Pan. Gartaganis was established aiming at the recovery, maintenance and promotion of folklore and dissemination in any way relevant knowledge and information to the general public. Its rich collections that are dated from the early 19th century. as the mid-20th century. including male and female costumes from several regions of Greece, embroidery, weaving, silversmith works, metalwork and woodwork as well as farming tools and utensils.
Category: MUSEUMSSend e-mail1, Ermou Str. - Corinthia2741025352,2741071690