We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We were 3 couples ant took full tickets with mini intro movie. The guide Ramona De Orlando were flawless and explained all Archimed inventions step by step and exhibited working equipment.
Ramona was super friendly and we took a selfie together and premises keeper (guy...More
Don’t bother going...would be good for young kids IF many of the displays weren’t broken. It’s a small outdoor hands-on exhibit supposed to illustrate Archimedes’s basic principles of his inventions. The audio guide didn’t work either so one nice employee was offering written guides to...More
You are shown around a small garden of devices by a young and ethusiastic guide who explains the machines that Archimedes designed. It's fun. It is very close to the Greek archaeological park, so you could see it at the same time, if you have...More
Our 9 and 10 year old loved this place. Lots of interactive models showing Archimedes work. The toilets were immaculate, there is a drink/ food machine and small merchandise store. My kids wanted the pi shirts which are pretty cool.
There is a guide who...More
I loved this place. The subject I found interesting and unique for a museum. What made it for me were the charming guide, Vanessa who showed me around and brought to life all the fascinating inventions. Highly recommended.
You’ll be surprised how many of the common items we now take for granted were invented or enhanced by Archimedes! You can touch and experiment most of them, including big catapult and arrow throwing devices. Join a guided tour to view the demos and use...More
Having read the reviews and been just around the corner, we decided to visit the park. Initial impressions were favourable when we arrived as he asked us to wait whilst he found a guide. Unfortunately that’s where it ended. We were given a tablet and...More
It is a small park dedicated to the inventions of Archimedes, explained by Giusseppe the guide who is also an engineer. Nando will stump youwith the Stomachion, a puzzle with 17,000 possible solutions. Just cross the archaeological park, also a gem,to find it.
1hr tour taking you though the most important developments of Archimede . Machines can psrtly be operated by visitors. 6€ entrance fee includes guided tour and geometry session with Nando, the mastermind of Archimede's puzzle. Highly recommended.