On Mondays the museum opens after 12:00.
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.