Every Monday, the museum is closed.
Holy Friday, April 10th: 12.00-17.00
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.