The Byzantine Museum is located on the site of the southeastern Acropolis (Its-Kale) of the castle of Ioannina. The main collection of the Museum includes collections of Early Christian and Byzantine sculptures, pottery, books, post-Byzantine icons from churches of the prefecture of Ioannina from the 4th to the 19th century, as well as a remarkable collection of silverware housed in its 19th century building, called “Treasury”, featuring ecclesiastical and secular artworks from the private collections of Archbishop Spyridon and silversmith Constantine Ioannidis. Also recently enriched with jewelery and objects, donated by Mrs. T. Vellis-Dogoritis.
Operating days: All week except Monday
Opening hours: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm (except Mondays)
Ticket prices: 3 € regular, 2 € (over 65), Free (students, students, soldiers – with ID)
Phone: +30 26510 39580
If you are having any questions, please feel free to ask.
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