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I have visited the Chios Maritime Museum several times and I am always pleasantly surprised how such a small museum strives to keep on developing, (take a look at their updated and excellent website) adding to their exhibits, exploring educational opportunities and above all the...More
Upon arriving at the museum, the staff member provided me with a booklet (English, other languages available) coded to the paintings, images, and drawings on display. The booklet had over 150 objects described, but upstairs I noticed that there were at least about 20 objects...More
its a modest museum for the maritime but still nice and neat. little hard to find if u ask to the locals. contains some items about the maritime and historic objects about their own maritime. entranca fee was not much so u can visit
This is a good place to visit. There are many interesting artefacts. The man who showed us around was very enthusiastic and made the experience better. We all had a good time and the museum is very nice.
Key in the door, no opening times listed anywhere, heard somebody inside but after repeated knocking, would not open the door.
Give it a miss-obviously not interested in visitors nor any clue how to run a museum!
Run by a private foundation this is a fantastic little museum if you are into boats and things maritime. Lots of models, paintings and prints with some good explanatory material covering the development of military and commercial shipping. In addition the building itself is a...More