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All reviews archaeological museum lovely garden on display combined ticket old town worth a visit beautiful building couple of hours take your time grand master mosaic floors exhibits pottery rooms aphrodite knights history
Good sized museum, easy to see all the collection without wearing yourself out or feeling like you need to skip over things. Very good explanations about the context of the pieces, in terms of place in history and cultural connection. I thought it was informative...More
Went to the archeological museum, they offered me a ticket for 10€ for 4 different museums/attractions in the old town, which is much cheaper than getting those separately.
The exhibitions are interesting but I must say a bit modest. The garden that is included in...More
Open from 8am, get there early and have the place to yourself. €10 gets you a combined ticket for the Palace which so well worth it (€5 if over 65 or a concession). The museum itself if ghosts but the museum building it the star....More
A must for your cultural itinery.
The building is crammed with pottery and artefacts of the history of Rhodes.Worth a visit for the Mosaics alone. Lots of floors to explore which are seperated by their relative historical period.
I'm not really into history but my partner is and wanted to visit here...I actually really enjoyed it. The Gardens are beautiful, really relaxing and I would say they'd be stunning in the Summer.
We paid €10 for a combination entry ticket to this museum,...More
Hospital of the Knights of St. John (Nossokomío lpotón) is one of the most interesting buildings of the old town and one of the jewels of Rhodes .Situated in the heart of the Medieval Town, Rhodes, next to the famous Street of the Knights, the...More
Response from kevinbarrry | Reviewed this property |
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.