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Archaeological Museum of Sikyon – Ancient Sikyon Vassiliko

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The Archaeological Museum of Sikyon, which was founded in 1930 and is situated in Xylocastro, has various findings from Ancient Sikyon and from Corinthia in general. The Mycenaean jars are its most important exhibits and they were found in the area around Xylocastro. What is more, many findings from ancient Sikyon such as inscriptions, ceramics and sculptures are on display. Some of them date back to the archaic period and others to the Hellenistic period and to Roman times.


Location: Ancient Sikyon (Vassiliko)
Tel.: (+30) 27420 28900
Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday: 08.00 – 15.00.
Entrance fee: € 2

 

 

 

Archaeological Museum of Isthmia – Isthmia

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The archaeological museum of Isthmia was built in 1958 and it is situated in Isthmia. It has numerous collections of findings that come from the archaeological site of Isthmia, as well as from the ancient harbor of Kechreon. The museum is more widely known for its 87 paintings Opus Sectilae that are made up of ivory and glass mosaic and they are considered to be unique in Greece.


Location: Kyra-Vrysi of Isthmia, 20 100, Isthmia (Corinthia)
Telephone: (+30) 27410 37244
Entrance fee: €2
Opening hours

Winter - Monday: closed Tuesday-Sunday: 08.30-15.00

Summer - Monday: closed Tuesday-Sunday: 08.30-15.00

 

 


Environment Museum of Stymphalia – Stymphalia

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The Environment Museum is situated on a green hill next to the lake Stymphalia and it is unique in Greece. In this museum there are numerous interesting exhibits relating to the environment and the way it is in harmony with the residents of the area.


Location: Stymphalia, 20016 Stymphalia
Tel. (+30) 27470 22296
Opening Hours

Every day except Tuesday

Summer: (1st March- 15th October) 10.00- 18.00

Winter (16th October – 28th February). 10.00 -17.00

 

 

 

Archaeological Museum of Nemea – Nemea

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The Archaeological Museum of Nemea has various valuable findings such as a collection of paintings from travelers of the 18th and 20th century. You can see coins from ancient visitors of the city, ceramic tools, weapons, a collection of architectural sections, monuments, inscriptions and many more.


Location: Nemea
Tel.: (+30) 27460 22739

Opening hours

Summer / 8:00-15:00 
Entrance fee: €4

 

 

 

Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth - Corinth

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The Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth is considered to be one the most important museums in the Peloponnese and through collections of exhibits we can see the long history of the city and the whole prefecture. In the central room there are Greek works of art that date back to 1000 B.C. In the Roman room there are important findings of the Corinthian history that date back to the 1st century B.C.
Historical and Folklore Museum of Corinth – Corinth
In the city centre of Corinth there is the Historical and Folklore Museum of Corinth, which aims at showing the folk wealth of the whole prefecture. The collections that are on display at the museum dated from the early 19th century to the mid 20th century and include various traditional costumes from Greek areas, craft work, everyday life tools and silversmith works.

 

Location: 1 Ermou Street, Corinth

Tel.: (+30) 27410 71690 & 25352

Fax: +30 27410 71690

Opening hours

Winter: From 1st November to 31st March from 08:30 to 15:00

 

 

 

Historical and Folklore Museum of Corinth – Corinth

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In the city centre of Corinth there is the Historical and Folklore Museum of Corinth, which aims at showing the folk wealth of the whole prefecture. The collections that are on display at the museum dated from the early 19th century to the mid 20th century and include various traditional costumes from Greek areas, craft work, everyday life tools and silversmith works.

 

Location: 1 Ermou Street, Corinth

Tel.: (+30) 27410 71690 & 25352

Fax: +30 27410 71690

Opening hours Winter: From 1st November to 31st March from 08:30 to 15:00