Nice museum with some interesting objects but I expected much more of this Museum. There are some special objects like some rare statues, like one of god Helios. But I left a bit disappointed.
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Wonderful collection of archaeological artefacts, in their natural habitat. The museum itself is a wonderful maze of rooms and gardens. Well worth a visit or two!
At first we went to leave pretty soon after arriving as we thought we had seen it all until a guide pointed us through to the rest. It is so much bigger than it first seems and is absolutely beautiful as well as interesting.
Visited here following a guided tour of the town. Was a bit disappointed as we thought there would have been more there. One whole room had cases with nothing in them so maybe at a later date will have something of interest in them.
Well worth visiting alongside the "Kastello" (Grand master's palace). Use the €10 combined ticket to visit both. Can be used not necessarily on the same day. Also accesses Decorative arts museum and Panagia tou Kastrou - yet to visit. The museum has too many artifacts...More
Most people flock to the Grand Masters Place when in Rhodes, but the Archaeological Museum is the true find in the city. The building is less bombastic but no less impressive in addition to being more authentic, and houses a myriad of fascinating exhibits from...More
This is not just a pile of old stones, it has real stone artifacts, the staircase is monumental definitely a photo opportunity! The hall that is the old Saint John hospital of the Knights is an absolute must it is vast and impressive, it has...More
This museum is just as interesting for its building as for the displays. It can be difficult to get details of the various rooms in the building, but there are information panels for most of the displays. The range of archaeological finds is impressive. Take...More
On the harbor side of the old city is the hospital of the Knights of St John. The building is filled with impressive relics from Rhodes. The hospital room shows no evidence that it was a hospital, but you can easily imagine it. The tablets...More