Ithaka Archaelogical Museum

Ithaki, Greece

Ithaka Archaelogical Museum contains excavation finds from Piso Aetos, dating from the Geometric to the Roman period and a remarkable collection of pottery dated to the Geometric period, as well as items from Polis Cave. A small collection of vases from the geometric times that were constructed in a local workshop is of special interest.


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Vathy, Ithaki, Greece
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Founded: 1912
Category: Museums in Greece


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S. González Prado (5 years ago)
Although it is very small, votive offers to the Nymphae Cave are there, and some others artifacts belonging to the 800-700 BC times, like pottery and tombstone lapids.
Chris McDougall (5 years ago)
Brilliant museum behind the Square in Vathy, Ithaki. Great bits of pottery and tools from the Aechean era and some great stuff from Roman times. Very interesting. And it's free. And air conditioned.
Sharon Grundill (5 years ago)
Beautiful little museum only small well worth the trip have lots of pictures but you need to visit this yourself x
Lauren Keele (5 years ago)
Some amazing peices inside to see.
Nina B. Hoffgaard (6 years ago)
This is a nice little museum and the entrance is free. It contains a lot is archaeological finds from the island. It is definitely worth a visit.
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