Archaeological Museum of Chios

Archaeological Museum of Chios
Address: Michalon 10, Τ.Κ. 82 132, Chios
Fax: +30 22710 239

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The building of the Archaeological Museum of Chios, 5.084 sq. M., Is built on three floors. With the combination of exposed concrete and glass panels on the walls, as well as with the roof on a level floor, it is a representative example of architecture of the 1960s in Greece.

The exhibition halls, which are housed on three floors, comprise five halls for the permanent exhibition and one for the periodical. On the first floor, which includes three rooms, are hosted: a) exhibits of prehistoric Chios from the Final Neolithic Age to the Mycenaean period b) samples of sculpture and sculptures (statues, portraits, reliefs) from the 8th c. As well as the Roman period and c) tombstones and inscriptions. On the second floor, which includes two rooms, ceramic and metalwork samples from the archaic to the Roman period and the most important examples of architecture are housed.

Finally, in the courtyard of the Museum, a “Macedonian-type” tomb was restored and architectural members found sporadically all over the island of Chios.

Winter: From Tuesday to Sunday: 08:00 - 15:00 Monday closed. Summer: From Tuesday to Sunday: 08:00 - 15:00 Monday closed.

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