There are several museums that you will find at the city of Larissa.
The archelogical museim in Larissa is located at the only tzami that is built till nowdays.
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Winter Working Hours : Monday – Sunday 08:30 – 15:00
Summer working hours : Tuesday – Sunday 08:30 – 15:00
Address : 31st August 1
Phone : 0030 2410 288515
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Diachronic Museum of Larissa
One of the museums in Larissa that you must visit. The Diachronic Museum of Larissa opened in 2011 and was inaugurated in November 2015 and inside you will see 11 sections with antiquities from the Paleolithic to recent years.
Admission: April 1st – October 31st: regular ticket 4 euros, reduced ticket 2 euros
November 1st – March 31st: general admission 2 euros
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Address: Mezourlo Hill
Telephone: 2413 508242
Folklore Museum of Larissa
The Folklore Museum of Larissa has in its collection more than 20,000 objects that testify to important elements of life and pre-industrial work in Thessaly.
Admission: 3 euros – Free for pupils and students
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 09:00 – 14:00
Museum Address: Gourgioti (Farsala Lane)
Office Address: Kuma 23
Museum Phone: 2410 239446, 2410 239537
Office Phone: 2410 287516
Museum of Cereals and Flours at Pappas Mill
This new museum is housed inside the building of Pappas Mill in Larissa. The museum has been set up in the most modern way so that everyone can form a complete picture of the process of processing wheat from production, collection to milling and production of flour. There are also documentaries on large flat screens for the cultivation of wheat and the production of flour, videos with interviews with workers in the old flour industry and members of the Pappas family, images on special screens, but also on the walls or large areas of the Museum from snapshots from the production of flour and from the agricultural works of the cultivation of wheat, from photographs, texts and diagrams and the exhibition of machines that exist in the Museum.
For organized visits it is necessary to make an appointment by phone 2410 530083 – Free entrance
Opening hours 10:00 – 14:00 Tuesday – Friday and 18:00 – 21:00 from Wednesday – Friday
Larissa Municipal Gallery “Museum Katsigra”
The museum has been operating since 1983 and houses a total of 1160 works, 750 paintings donated to the city by Georgios Katsigras and 410 more engravings, paintings and sculptures acquired since then by the Municipal Gallery. The collection of the Municipal Gallery has been characterized as the most important after the collection of the National Gallery. The building where the gallery operates today was inaugurated in 2003, an art space which, in addition to the permanent exhibition space, also includes a periodical exhibition space, a photography workshop, an amphitheater and a bookstore.
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Opening Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10:00 – 14:00 and 18:00 – 21:00
Saturday – Sunday 10:00 – 14:00
Address: 2 Georgiou Papandreou Avenue
Telephone: 2410 621205
Museum of National Resistance
The Museum of National Resistance is housed in the building of the old powder magazine and maintains a permanent exhibition entitled “Thessaly Resists 1941-1944”. The exhibition presents the way the Thessalians organized to liberate the homeland from the forces of the axis.
Opening Hours: Monday – Friday 09:00 – 14:00
Address: Ioustinianou & Komninon, the museum is located between the courtyards of the schools 5th General Lyceum and 5th Gymnasium.
Telephone: 2410 256619
Tiritomba Doll Museum
The Puppet Museum is the only one in all of the museums in Greece that exhibits handmade puppetry puppets. The museum is an important gateway to the art of puppetry and has more than 300 puppets. The museum was created by Sofia Foutzopoulou and you will find it next to the Mill of Pappas.
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Opening Hours: Saturday – Sunday
Address: 53 Georgiadou
Telephone: 2410 251657
Military Veterinary Service Museum
The Museum of Military Veterinary Service is the only one in Greece but also pan-European and has been operating since 2005. We find similar museums in just 5 more countries. It is housed in the camp of Nikolaos Plastiras (1st Army) just outside the center of Larissa and consists of two buildings, the horseshoe and the equestrian clinic. Both buildings were made of brick, the horseshoe was restored to its original form while the building of the equestrian clinic was ottoman stables at least 200 years old. In the museum there are objects and photographic material related to the care of equidae.
Opening Hours: Daily from Monday to Friday, 08:00 to 13:30 by contact
Address: Nikolaou Plastira Camp (1st Army)
Phone: 2410 993352-3339