The Museum of Greek History “Pavlos Vrellis”, also known as the “Wax Museum”, is located at the 10th kilometer of the Ioannina-Athens highway, in the village of Bizani. The museum building is visible from the main street at the foot of the hill and is built in accordance with the standards of their traditional 18th century local architecture. The museum exhibits are scenes and historical moments of modern history with emphasis on the pre-revolutionary period and World War II. All of the museum’s human figures are made entirely of natural beeswax and impress the visitor with their expressiveness.
The ticket issuing office is operational daily (every day of the year) between 10:00-16:00, Sundays and Holidays included.
6 €: general admission fee
4 €: organized groups (via travel agencies), students (student pass is required)
3 €: any person between 8-17 years of age, elderly people (above 65), families with three or more children, members of any union or association -includes both children and parents- after presenting proper legal papers (statute, stamp, etc.)
2,5 €: special offer for primary (elementary) or secondary education students (professors escorting the group, always pass without paying entrance fee). If your group numbers many participants, please inform us beforehand, by calling (0030) 2651092128 (between 10:00-16:00), to facilitate your tour.
Free: Children aged 8 or below, disabled persons, or persons with special needs (please notice that due to the unique complexity of the interior space only escorted persons are to be admitted), ΙΑΑ / AIAP card members.
If you are having any questions, please feel free to ask.
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