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Excellent museum that shows the city's history throughout the years. Very interesting exhibits, you also get the opportunity to touch some of them, as they are accessible to blind people. Definitely worth the visit.
Diachronic Museum of Larissa is the new archaeological museum of Larisa, dedicated to the history of Thessaly region. The museum is located in the new part of the city and the better way to get there is a taxi or a friend with a car....More
Now that was amazing! All of the displayed items were nicely arranged with very informative signs. The most impressive part was the Paleolithic and Neolithic finds from the region of Thessaly! Simply stunning! And to think everywhere else in Europe they would charge 15 euros...More
You can have a panoramic view of the history of central greece starting from the Paleolithic Era up to the 19th century. The museum is divided in 11 sections and each of them presents the finds of o certain period of time or a place....More
Having visired quite a few museums both in Greece and abroad I must admit that visiting this museum was a delightful experience as it presents its exhibits in such a way that is not only informative but also educative. The exhibits come the greater area...More
This is a decent sized museum with a lot of finds. It is all on one level and starts with prehistoric and leads through byzantine. The staff is very friendly. The museum is less than a year old. It was many interesting pieces and a...More
Visitors should visit this museum in order to get informed about the local history through out the centuries. It is really a historical treasure with interesting exhibits and peop!let who are eager to explain everything! It is not far from the center but you must...More