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Unfortunately the museum closed early on the day I went (staffing). I had looked it up but there was conflicting information on line. I still managed to have a good look at what interested me and a very interesting talk with a curator.
The entrance is poorly signposted and so we spent a while wandering around the entire outside before we found our way in. Very little of the actual building is used as exhibition space, which came as a bit of a surprise. That said, there are...More
A rather medium size Museum, offers a panorama of the ancient civilization of the area. Museum is a must to see edifice as the famous Greek architect Aris Konstantinidis designed it in the early 60's. Very nice restoration and display.
This a decent rather small museum. It is located in a modern building at the center of the town. The building, alongside the Oasis cafe at the central square, is the work of Greek modernist architect Aris Konstantinidis and is remarkable in its own right....More
Many cool finds on display from the region, with information about Ice Age geography, prehistoric Epirus, burial practices, videos on Dodoni, Greek period Epirus, coins, metal working, and Roman period Epirus. There were information videos, a paper with info with translations for Greek, English, German,...More
We visited this museum while on a day trip to Ioannina. The building is quite modern and larger than it needs to be to house the display. There are some very old artefacts which are amazing to look at. The presentation of the collection could...More
This museum is brilliantly laid out and explanations of exhibits and their meaning clear and deeply informative. In Epirus you transcend many epochs. This museum brings to life one of the most fascinating. The oracle papers were a thrilling find. Admission is free on Fridays.