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Pavlos Vrellis Museum of Greek History

12th km Ethniki Odos Ioanninon - Athinon, Bizani 45500, Greece
+30 2651 092128
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History written in blood

Figures frozen in time. Images and scenes from the recent Greek history of the revolution against... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
66Nicolas
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Chania Town, Greece
via mobile
Amazing

The P.Vrellis museum is the second oldest wax museum in Europe. The wax figures it contains reflect... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Andrew G
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Thessaloniki, Greece
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12th km Ethniki Odos Ioanninon - Athinon, Bizani 45500, Greece
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Figures frozen in time. Images and scenes from the recent Greek history of the revolution against the Ottoman and the life under the bloodthirsty vicious tyrant Ali Pasha the Tepelenly. It a very well presented museum filled with wax figures of high quality workmanship. I...More

Thank 66Nicolas
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The P.Vrellis museum is the second oldest wax museum in Europe. The wax figures it contains reflect on the greek history, covering the most important periods of it. More specifically, you can find informative representations of the revolution of 1821 till the WWII. Once you...More

Thank Andrew G
Reviewed 21 September 2017

This museum is really amazing and incredible. All done by one artist with very little outside help. A knowledgable guide escorts you through this historical exhibit of scenes of area history. The life-sized wax figures in the tableaux are very realistic and emotionally moving. Not...More

Thank VVThanx
Reviewed 5 September 2017 via mobile

Amazing place, a must visit during your stay in Ioannina. Travels you through historic events. The excibitions are very well made

Thank WhaTsap7
Reviewed 24 August 2017

Some of the status looked so fake. It is good to see it only to learn about he way Greeks used to live and fight.

Thank titamou
Reviewed 17 August 2017

This is the Madam Tussaud's of Ioannina. A time-travel through greek history, the turkish occupation and the greek uprising against the Turks. Single-handedly made by one man with vision, Mr Vrellis. Excellent work

Thank SophiaSeriouslyNow
Reviewed 16 August 2017

Extremely work a visit, although smallish it has it all and the staff are very helpful should you have and questions

Thank Gary K
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

Great work in a very nice area that travels you over the time back to historical dates and period. Ticket price is fare enough

Thank Christos P
Reviewed 8 August 2017

The Pavlo Vrellis Wax Museum is a testament of a dedicated Epirotan who loved his country. Pavlo Vrellis, a genius, created wax figures in a traditional Greek setting. His work probably makes his museum the only one in the world created with excellence professionalism by...More

Thank ctsounis
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Suitable and necessary for older children who have a first contact with our story. For those who do not know history, rather indifferent, if they do not like waving with waxes.

Thank gousta
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