City, First Time Visitor, Museums / Culture, Religious Heritage
Kid Friendly: Yes.
Only the museum has facilities for people with disabilities.
Maximum travelers: 10
Japanese (fluent), Italian (fluent), Greek (fluent), French (fluent), English (fluent)
Guided tour of Delphi museum & Apollo Sanctuary
The archaeological museum of Delphi has some unique exhibits that were decorating the Sanctuary of Apollo and some good reconstructions of the old buildings. Worthwile to see the rare photos of the excavations by the French archaeological school of Athens.
The Arcaeological site was built in an imposing location, on the foothills of mount Parnasous. The
Temple of Apollo, the treasury house of the Athenians, the Polygonal wall and the Theatre are some of the most important building.
The tour of Delphi includes visit of the museum & the Sanctuary of God Apollo.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Entrance to the museum, at the ticket office.
End location: The end of the tour is at the site.After that you can walk higher up to the stadium or to the Sanctuary of Athena that is nearby.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
The tours of the museum and the Sanctuary of Apollo last maximum 2,5 hours.In busy periods of time it's possible to last a bit longer than this.
During the winter(November to March) the site closes at 15:00 and the museum at 16:00.
The tour doesn't include transportation. You will need to make your way to the Museum.
My service includes a private guided tour of the museum & the archaeological site of Delphi.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
12 Euro - per person for the entrance fee
Ticket fees are not included (12€ per person).
I am licensed tour guide all over Greece.My hometown is Delphi and my family is in Delphi, so I guide only here, in the museum & the archaeological site and if somebody is interested I can lead and guide him in the monastery of Osios Loukas.
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Georgia was very knowledgeable and explained everything clearly. Her tour of the museum helped us envision what life was like when Delphi was a thriving center.