Fodor's Expert Review Nafplion Archaeological Museum

Nafplion Museum/Gallery

The thick walls of this red-stone building, built in 1713 to serve as a naval storehouse for the Venetian fleet, ensure the coolest interior in town. It's more than just shelter, however. The museum houses artifacts from nearby sites Mycenae, Tiryns, Asine, and Dendra. The findings from the Mycenaean tombs are especially rich and include wonderful masks and a remarkable bronze suit of armor from the 15th century BC.

Museum/Gallery

Quick Facts

West side of Syntagma Sq.
Nafplion, Peloponnese  21100, Greece

27520-27502

www.culture.gr

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: €6; €3 Nov.–Mar., Closed Tues.

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