The Archaeological Museum in Apiranthos Naxos, Cyclades: The Archaeological Museum of Apiranthos (or Aperanthos) is housed in a small building in this traditional, mountainous village of Naxos.
In Apiranthos, known as the Marble village, you will find three other small and equally interesting museums: the Folklore Museum, the Geological Museum and the Museum of Natural History.
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The Archaeological Museum of Apiranthos houses findings from excavations in the region.
These findings date from the first Cycladic Era and have been collected from ancient cemeteries and settlements.
There distinguish some ancient statues, funeral columns, and weapons from the prehistoric times.
How to get there
Apiranthos Archaeological Museum is located in Apiranthos village.
Private transfers: We recommend using an online pre-booked transfer service, which provides transfer by taxi, minibus or private VIP car and arranging a pickup directly from the port, airport or your hotel. Alternatively, there’s the option of arranging a pickup by a local driver directly at the following numbers: 0030 22850 25835, 0030 22850 24829 or book your taxi online.
Car rental: Τhere’s the option of renting a car with as little as 15 euros per day and pick it up directly from the airport, port or your hotel. Using a car rental allows visitors to discover Apiranthos Archaeological Museum and many other places of interest at their own pace.
Public transfers: The central bus station of the island is located at the port of Naxos. There are several buses from Chora to Apiranthos during the day. Consider that time schedules might change according to the season. Check the official timetables here. Tip: Since buses don’t always stop in every scheduled stop of their itinerary, our advice to visitors is to inform the driver about their final destination, so that he makes a stop there.
Photos Of Apiranthos Archaeological Museum by Greeka Members