Archaeological Museum of Chora

Chora, Greece

The Archaeological Museum of Chora is a museum in Chora, whose collections focus on the Mycenaean civilization, particularly from the excavations at the Palace of Nestor and other regions of Messenia. The museum was founded in 1969 by the Greek Archaeological Service under the auspices of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Olympia.



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Founded: 1969
Category: Museums in Greece

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TravelSpirit MTQ (3 years ago)
Wonderful little museum with some great finds! Staff were kind and friendly.
D M (3 years ago)
We loved it. Small and compact with some exceptional pieces. Staff were very friendly.
Marcin Nowakowski (3 years ago)
Perfect place with full of Mycenaean items
Hannes Hofer (4 years ago)
Not the most impressive collection but worth the visit if you are there
Pytheas Massiliensis (5 years ago)
Poorly maintained and orginized. Cataloging and descriptions not there. Sure the Greek ministry of Antiquities can do better
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