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Peloponnese Sights

Mycenae Archaeological Museum

Updated 11/17/2011

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Most of the great treasures of Mycenae have been removed to the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, but you'll see copies of death masks and other great artifacts in the small but well-done Mycenae Archaeological Museum, as well as cult offerings and other original finds. Of most interest are the model of the ancient city, helping put the ruins in context, and reconstructions of several rooms of the palace.

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Sight Details:

  • Combined ticket with Mycenae and Treasury of Atreus €8
  • Apr.–Oct., daily 8:30–7; Nov.–Mar., daily 8:30–3

Updated 11/17/2011


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