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Delphi Archaeological Museum
- Delphi Archaeological Museum
- Alt Name:
- Ancient Greece
- Delphi, Olympia Archaeological Museum,
about Delphi Archaeological Museum
Delphi Archaeological Museum is an historical museum dedicated to exploring the history and exhibiting artifacts from the nearby archeological site of ancient Delphi.
Delphi was a major city of Ancient Greece and its sites are themselves popular tourist attractions. Amongst its displays, Delphi Archaeological Museum exhibits statues, sculptures and everyday items excavated from Delphi as well as exploring the site’s history.
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Address: Delphi Archaeological Museum, Delphi 33054, Greece
Phone: +30 22650 82346
Delphi Archaeological Museum is in the town of Delfi. It's possible to visit Delphi as part of a day trip from Athens, either with an organised tour or independently. The site is approx 113 miles northwest of Athens along Route E75 (partial toll road) then Route 48 (approx 2.5hrs).
Open daily, 8am-8pm (from 1:30pm Mondays) Closed 1 Jan, 25 March, 1 May, Easter Sunday, 25-26 Dec. Open 8:30am-3pm on certain holidays. Entry costs €6. There is a €9 combined ticket for the museum and archaeological site together. Discounts available and there are also “free days” (see official site).
There is a cafe and a shop on site.
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