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Heraklion’s Prefecture

Museums & Archaeological Sites Guide

Heraklion’s Prefecture

 

Click on one of the following links to see relative results:

 

Archaeological Museums

 • Archaeological Collection Of Archanes
 • Archaeological Museum Of Heraklion

 

Archaeological Sites

  • Archaeological Site Of Agia Triada (Tympaki)
  • Archaeological Site Of Amnissos
  • Archaeological Site Of Amnissos – Eileithyias Cave
  • Archaeological Site Of Archanes (Fourni)
  • Archaeological Site Of Gortyna (Agioi Deka)
  • Archaeological Site Of Knossos (Heraklion)
  • Archaeological Site Of Levina (Miamou, Lentas)
  • Archaeological Site Of Malia
 • Archaeological Site Of Megaro Nirou (Kokkini Chani)
 • Archaeological Site Of Phaistos (Tympaki)
 • Archaeological Site Of Tylissos
 • Archaeological Site Of Vathypetro (Archanes)

 

Arts Gallery

 • Municipal Art Gallery Of Heraklion

 

Byzantine-Ecclesiastical Museums

 • Museum Of Icons & Heirlooms Of Holy Archdiocese Of Crete (Heraklion)

 

Folklore Museums

 • Museum Of Cretan Ethnology (Voroi)
 • Museum Of Traditional Life & Popular Culture Of Crete “Lychnostatis” (Chersonissos)

 

Historical Museums

 • Historical Museum Of Crete (Heraklion)


Natural History Museums

 • Museum Of Natural History Of Crete (Heraklion)
 • Aquarium Of Crete “Thalassokosmos – Cretaquarium” (Gournes Heraklion)

 

Naval-Martial Museums

 • Municipal Museum Of Battle Of Crete & National Resistance (Heraklion)

 

Various Museums

 • Museum Of Domenico Theotokopoulos “El Greco” (Fodele)
 • Museum Of Nikos Kazantzakis (Myrtia)
 • Museum Of Peza Union (Kalloni)

 

 

   NOTES:
• ALL MUSEUMS AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES ARE CLOSED DURING BANK HOLIDAYS.
• ID WILL BE NEEDED WHENEVER IT STATES FREE ENTRANCE OR REDUCED FEE FOR STUDENTS, CHILDREN, AND OAPS INTO THE MUSEUMS/SITES.

 

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