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There is not much here to lead you to believe this was once a hospital. There are many artifacts on the outside and many old stone balls that were used to being propelled in battle. There is an area of the museum dedicated to when...More
This gave you a very real sense of the history of Rhodes and the Dodacanese. Beautifully decorated pots that were 2500 years old and comparable with anything we do today. Some other non decorated pots were 5000 years old and still had a very beautiful...More
The 10 euro ticket was the best option as this costs more along with the Palace of the grand masters. They were hot on no photos and video cameras inside all the rooms with displays. but surprisingly large museum and not bad overall with rooms...More
As in all of Greece, this place is incredibly rich in wonderful beautiful things.
I would recommend, as an extra, visiting the little garden (out through a door as you come up the monumental stairs). Very lush and relaxing! At the end of the garden...More
Just a remarkable amount of ancient history and artefacts all fabulously labelled with descriptions and history attached. The staff are very helpful and will point you to where ever you have a specific interest.
The truth is you could easily loose a complete day in...More
The archaeological museum of Rhodos is definitely one of the great must-see things on your list when visiting the island. Not only is it located in a stunningly beautiful medieval building, so that the architecture of the museum alone is well worth a visit; it...More
I had a great visit at this museum. This museum exceeded my expectations. Going through the museum, you will see a variety of artifacts that reveal what life was like centuries ago. The exhibits are labeled in both Greek and English and most reveal the...More
the collection here is fascinating, and the setting is very evocative there are cool and calm ing gardens inside with shade and more rooms than is easily visited in half a day. An excellent combined ticket with Grandmasters Palace at 10 euros (only 5 euros...More
Response from kevinbarrry | Reviewed this property |
To be honest it's a little archway as you enter. We thought it was shut when we popped our heads in. It's not well sign posted though. We entered from the south entrance, it should be then on your right.