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Archaeological Museum of Rhodes (Hospital of the Knights)
Ranked #6 of 122 things to do in Rhodes Town
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 1 June 2018

Luckily we went on a free entry day. Full of mosaic floor and wall art, pots, more pots, and broken statues. Glad we saw it all but not sure it would be worth the normal 8 euro admission fee

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"worth a visit"
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"beautiful building"
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Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

Building was nice, but usual collection of bits of pots and plates, nothing outstanding. At 8 euros it's reasonable value but don't get too excited.

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Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile

Popped by as we were in the old town and we heard it was worth a visit. Delighted to find out that only adults need to pay for a ticket and children are free (inc our 13 year old). We bought the 10euro tickets as we hope to be back tomorrow to go and see the other attractions.
Quite lovely and relaxing. There was no mention as to why the items were so destroyed. I would have liked to have known.
Lovely and peaceful and cool after a walk hike around the old town.

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Reviewed 30 May 2018

this is one of the places that you can buy the 3 day ticket from to get you into the 4 other museums

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Reviewed 27 May 2018 via mobile

Bought a combination ticket (10 Euros) for this (8 Euros on its own), Palace of Grand Knights, Our Lady of the Castle Church and Museum of Decorative Arts. So much to see; we spent over 2 hours looking at the stone carvings from tombs, statues of Aphrodite, lovely stone lions and dolphins. There are also beautiful mosaic floors with birds and gods. They have been put on the wall in the cool, shady garden so you can see them easier. There are a few seats here and there, so you can have a rest. We may even have missed some of the museum, but we were tired by then! It would be really helpful if you could go in again another day as part of the ticket, like they do at some large tourist attractions in England. I liked this, the Church of Our Lady of The Castle (amazing icons and frescoes) and the small Decorative Arts Musuem (lovely bowls) better than the Palace of Grand Masters (rather grand and empty except for excellent Byzantine exhibition with imited hours).

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