Serifos Museums


Serifos was inhabited by the Mycenaeans, and the Archaeological Museum stands witness to this civilization with its exhibits from that era. There are some relics from the Mycenaean era which are rare, as most have been stolen around the country over the centuries. Serifos was inhabited by the Mycenaeans, and the Archaeological Museum stands witness to this civilization with its exhibits from that era. There are some relics from the Mycenaean era which are rare, as most have been stolen around the country over the centuries. The Classical and Hellenistic eras in Greece are also showcased, complete with headless statues, amphorae and other interesting pieces. There are, in addition, finds from much more recent history, those unearthed around the Venetian Fortress or Kastro, as well as finds from the Roman era. The museum is closed on Mondays. (+30 22810 51138)
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Local traditions and customs can be understood at this museum, hosted in a delightful classical building. Get a feel of the island's history through its household utensils, precious minerals and many curious objects. Behind the museum likes an open theatre that hosts cultural events.
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