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Archaeological Museum of Mykonos
Built in 1902, the museum’s initial purpose was to house the artifacts discovered in the ‘Purification Pit’ on the nearby island of Rineia in 1898. Today, its collection also includes a number of antiquities found in the area.
Location: Chora, Mykonos 846 00
Aegean Maritime Museum
This museum is dedicated to the study and preservation of Greek maritime history and tradition. Among its exhibits you will find beacon of the “Armenistis” lighthouse that has been restored according to its original design.
Location: 10 Enoplon Dynameon, Mykonos 846 00
Panagia Paraportiani Church
The church of Panagia Paraportiani is actually a complex of five churches built on top of each other’s foundations. It is one of the most scenic locations on the island and one of the most photographed churches in the world.
Location: Chora, Mykonos 846 00
Dio Horia
An art gallery that appeals both to educated art collectors and the uninitiated public. It aims to educate the latter about the world of contemporary art and showcase the artworks of emerging talents.
Location: Ano Mera, Mykonos 846 00
Monastery of Panagia Tourliani
This impressive monastery was named after the Virgin Mary Tourliani, the patroness of the island. Adorned with a beautiful marble bell tower and fountain on the outside and an impressive baroque iconostasis in the interior.
Location: Goumenio Square, Mykonos 846 00
Minima Gallery
Established in 1997, Minima Gallery showcases contemporary artworks by upcoming Greek and foreign artists and hosts periodic art exhibitions of well-known artists.
Location: Panahra Square, Chora, Mykonos 846 00