Check out some of the museums close to Tolo... these are independent and a great way to spend a few hours.
Bear in mind that there are also museums at most archaeological sites.
  • Nafplio Archaeological Museum

    Nafplio Archaeological Museum

    Completely renovated in the last few years, Nafplion Archaelogocal Museum is located in Syntagma Square and has a lot offer to the visitor. It has exhibits from the Neolithic, Chalcolithic, Helladic, Mycenaean, Classical, Hellenistic and Roman eras.

  • Folklore Museum Nafplion

    Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation in Nafplio

    The Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation in Nafplion town centre collections include 45,000 items, 27,000 of Greek culture and 5,500 items linked with the history of fashion including from top designers.

  • War Museum Nafplion

    Military Museum Nafplio

    The War Museum holds exhibits of Greece's military history including some armaments, clothing, photos and documents. There is a visual presentation which is interesting and gives a great perpective over Greece's fraught military history.

  • Museum of Natural History, Lygourio

    Natural History Museum Ligourio

    This museum holds the biggest thematic collection of minerals and fossils throughout Greece and captures the interest of the global scientific community. Its collections are considered unique in Greece and among the richest in Europe

  • Worry Bead Museum

    Worry Bead Museum Nafplio

    A private museum in the centre of the old town of Nafplio, the Worry Bead museum is a the passion is the owner who has collected a huge variety of worry beads from all over the world and displayed them in a unique way.

  • Ouzo Museum

    Ouzo Museum Nafplion

    One of a kind the Ouzo museum located just a couple of minutes from the town centre. See distillery equipment, paperwork and otherinteresting memorabilia and take a guided tour and tasting.

  • Byzantine Museum Argos

    Byzantine Museum Argos

    This museum has recently opened in the barracks compound in the centre of Argos. As a listed historic building it has a history itself and houses various exhibitions from the creation of the Byzantine empire onwards.