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South Aegean

Archaeological Museum of Naxos

The Archaeological Museum of Naxos is one of the most important museums in the world due to its early Cycladic collection which includes the famous marble figurines. It boasts unique works of art and objects of daily use from Naxos and the so-called Little Cyclades complex (Schoinoussa, Donoussa, Koufonissia, Keros-Daskalio, Iraklia), which highlight the history of the Aegean region. Currently the Museum is closed since it is part of the project 'Islet of Museums in the Castle of Chora, Naxos' which is in progress of works. In the frame of this project, the Museum will be fully renovated so as to be included in a network of museums and other venues of cultural interest in the Castle of Chora, Naxos. From the 15th of May 2021 and for as long as the project lasts a 'Temporary Exhibition' of the Archaeological Museum of Naxos is available on the second floor of the Cultural Center 'Saint Ursula' at the former Ursulines Monastery of the Holy Catholic Archbishopric of Naxos, offering an enjoyable travel to the island's significant archaeological past.


Visual Educational Programs

Educational programs

Visual Shop

Museum Shop

Visual Ramp with Elevator Access


Visual Accessible Toilets

WC for disabled


Information Information

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Winter season
From 1/11 until 31/3
Opening Hours
09:00 - 14:00
Free entrance

Summer season
From 1/4 until 31/10
Opening Hours
09:00 - 14:00, Tuesday closed
Free entrance


Last update: 11/04/2024