The President, the Board of Directors and the staff of the Maritime Museum of Crete wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Creative 2022!
We would like to inform you that from Monday 20 December, 2021 until Saturday 01 January, 2022 our Museum will be closed.   From the Board of Directors of the Maritime Museum of Crete.  
From the participation of our Museum in the Celebrations for the 108 years of the Union of Crete with mother Greece!
We would like to inform you that on Saturday 04 December, 2021 our Museum will remain open from 9:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. and on Monday 06 December, 2021 it will remain closed due to the celebration of Saint Nicholas. From the Board of Directors of the Maritime Museum of Crete.
On Monday, November 15, 2021, a Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between the Maritime Museum of Crete and the Hellenic Ιnstitute of Maritime History (H.Ι.M.Η). in Piraeus, at the exceptional premises of the Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation. The memorandum was signed by the Chairman of H.Ι.M.Η Mr. Konstantinos Mazarakis – Ainian and the Chairman of the Maritime Mouseum of Crete Mr.
With great joy and emotion on Friday, June 15, the parody exhibition entitled “ΕΠΑΝΑCΥΣΤΑΣΗ 21: Chania” was completed, which we had the honor to host by the National History Museum for the period June-October 2021. The exhibition presented authentic relics of the Struggle from the rich Collections of EIM as well as documents from the
With a modest but extremely symbolic ceremony at the Firkas Fortress in the Venetian Port of Chania, the first phase of the twinning of the Municipality of Chania with the Municipality of Tarpon Springs, Florida, USA was completed on the afternoon of Monday, September 20, 2021. With the lighthouse and The Port of Chania, at
On July 4, 2021 we had the special honor and pleasure to include a text for the Maritime Museum of Crete in CRETAN TIMES, Magazine of the Cretan Federation of Australia and New Zealand. The text is a first acquaintance with the premises of the Museum and our cultural activity with the Cretans of Australia

Covid Free Zone

Following the measures of the Greek Government to combat the spread of the Coronavirus, which are implemented from Monday 13 September, visitors to the Maritime Museum of Crete must have: Vaccination Certificate or Disease Certificate or Negative rapid test 48 hours.
In recent years, the Maritime Museum of Crete has made every effort to preserve and promote the Maritime Tradition and History of our country through its exhibits and collections. On the weekend of July 31 and August 1, the “Εθνικός Κήρυκας” magazine of New York published an article for the temporary exhibition entitled “REVOLUTION 21”,