Beautiful mosaics and a lovely garden filled with oranges, lemons and herbs. Great collection of pottery from various locations on the island.
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The Archaeological museum has loads of artefacts stationed around the old knights hospital. Dripping with history and set out more casually than your average museum, it has a peaceful feel and lets the historical atmosphere do the talking!
Walking through the Medival town, we passed by the archeological museum and decided to walk-in; and it was worth it. We had a good time reading about the Grand masters and observing all the different items from Greek, to Egyptian, Phoenicians and much more. It’s...More
It’s scary to imagine the tools and methods they employed to heal the sick and aid the wounded, but it is indeed rare to find a building this old that was specifically established as a hospital. It’s a massive building, with endless hallways and countless...More
Once a hospital in ancient times, each room housing a great collection of archeologically important pieces. Worth the small price of admission
We loved the garden and were fascinated by pottery over 4000 years old. Ours kids were more interested in the cat!
We felt amazing in this museum, this is much more than an ordinary museum, the building is fantastic and the setting of objects etc is part of a journey into time. We had a "combi" ticket which included three other sites in very good price,...More
This might seem a rather dull attraction but if you're at all moved by art (or a sense of history) then this place is a must. Set in the Knights' complex it's a maze of wonderful rooms and gardens all full of wonderful Greek artefacts....More