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A true little gem of a museum. Children under 16 are free, and it is best to purchase a museum ticket for 10 euros which gives you entrance to all the other museums including the Palace of the Grand Master. What is hidden within this...More
The ancient art collection from Rhodes is impressive, and the displays in courtyards are especially impressive. The Roman mosaics in the garden are beautifully placed. It's an uncommonly pleasant experience for the viewer to walk between distinct exhibits in this gorgeous setting.
Its a place where you shoul go. In august hot midday 2 hr you can spent for learning a new. To fill and tu understand the whole history. Bizanty and hospitaliers, greece and persia.
Differant rooms and briliant garden inside.. in many rooms foto is...More
The museum is housed in the monumental edifice that was the hospital of the Knights of Saint John. Construction of it was begun in 1440 and brought to completion in the time of the Grand Master d'Aubusson (1476-1503). The Museum contains various collections of archaeological...More
This building is made up of a number of different areas and gardens and was an absolute delight to spend a few hours there. Sure the artefacts were interesting but so was the building that housed them. Loads of good stuff in the grounds.
When we visited it was so quiet and peaceful. Awesome collection of artefacts and wandering into the different areas was fascinating. Rhodes has a vast and varied cultural history. The gardens at the rear are beautiful and serene. One of the best visits we had.
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To be honest it's a little archway as you enter. We thought it was shut when we popped our heads in. It's not well sign posted though. We entered from the south entrance, it should be then on your right.