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Kea Archeological Museum

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More interesting than you can imagine.

Impressive samples of the Cycladic ancient culture. It gives you an accurate idea how life was on... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2015
LCV2012
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Athens, Greece
Surprising small museum

This small museum was created during the 1970s only following the beginning of excavations at the... read more

Reviewed 2 October 2014
wolfgang u
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Brussels, Belgium
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2 Apr 2017
“Amazingly well done, many thing to learn on island history”
18 May 2016
“Only open on Fridays until 3pm!!”
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Reviewed 2 April 2017

Check opening hours, they are few and quirky. The museum presents the island's history with artifacts from original excavations for some 5000 years, in essence proving how important has been historically. good for adults and children over 7

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Reviewed 18 May 2016

Sadly we were not able to see the museum since we arrived to Kea on Friday afternoon and left by Tuesday. Incredibly it is only open on Fridays for a few hours!! Δυστυχώς ανοίγει μονο την παρασκευη μέχρι τις 3! Απίστευτο!

2  Thank Marina G
Reviewed 23 September 2015

Impressive samples of the Cycladic ancient culture. It gives you an accurate idea how life was on the island during the ancient times. The museum is bigger than you expect, take some time to visit it.

1  Thank LCV2012
Reviewed 27 August 2015

After a great renovation the museum presents a prehistoric and a historical collection with many burial finds and other things from from the Late Neolithic cemetery of Kephala, the Bronze Age settlement of Agia Eirene and the ancient city of Karthaia. I loved the cycladic...More

2  Thank triplover p
Reviewed 13 August 2015 via mobile

Kea surprisingly has a really big role in greek and world history in this museum are most of the artifacts are kept. Highly recommend

2  Thank P27112003
Reviewed 7 July 2015

We came across this museum as we were leaving Ioulis to get a taxi back to the coast. A sign informed us that it was only open on Fridays and as we were there on a Friday we went in. At just two euros each...More

2  Thank towntraveller
Reviewed 2 October 2014

This small museum was created during the 1970s only following the beginning of excavations at the prehistoric settlement of Ayia Irini in the Bay of Aghios Nikolaos. It was completely renovated in 2002 and shows, on two floors, amazing objects from the Late Neolithic to...More

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