This insignificant looking museum on entry is packed with exhibits on four floors. They are well presented with Greek and English identification of each exhibit – on one floor using photographs to help you find your way. The top floor explains ancient life – wedding celebrations, athletics etc. and links it to artefacts, which is an unusual approach. We went as part of a group but went our own way – despite two guided groups, it was still easy to find a quiet way around.
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