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”,
In the context of the excellent relations and cooperation of the Maritime Museum of Crete with the National Historical Museum of Greece, we are in the pleasant position to welcome the temporary exhibition “ΕΠΑΝΑCYΣΤΑΣΗ 21: Chania” at the Shipyard of MORO. The Maritime Museum of Crete is one of the 11 regional Museums of the
In the context of the excellent relations and cooperation of the Maritime Museum of Crete with the National Historical Museum of Greece, we are in the pleasant position to welcome the temporary exhibition “ΕΠΑΝΑCYΣΤΑΣΗ 21: Chania” at the Shipyard of MORO. The Maritime Museum of Crete is one of the 11 regional Museums of the
As part of the anniversary events for the completion of 80 Years since the Battle of Crete, commemorative medals are available for sale at the Maritime Museum of Crete at the special price of 30.00 € for silver plated and  25.00 € for bronze.
The Maritime Musuem participated in the Events of the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Crete. We welcomed and guided the Ambassadors of the Allied States to our rooms.
As part of the celebration of World Museum Day, on Tuesday, May 18, 2021, our Museum participated, as every year, with Free Admission. There was also a walk – guided tour from Neorio Moro (Permanent Exhibition of Ancient and Traditional Shipbuilding) to the Lighthouse of Chania, in a conference organized by the Maritime Museum of
Dear friends, From Friday, May 14, 2021, the Maritime Museum of Crete will welcome the visitors, after six months that remained closed due to the special measures to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19. For the next period of time, the visits will be organized based on the observance of rules, to ensure that your
We would like to inform you that after the consent judgment of the Members of the Board of Directors of the Maritime Museum of Crete, considering the proliferative growth of the Coronavirus COVID-19 as well as the visits of group of students and tourists; it has been decided that we’ll be closing our doors to
A new pocket book was released by our Museum before COVID-19. Contains excellent photos along with documented texts in Greek and English, for Chania and its Region and for the Maritime Museum of Crete. The book promotes our History and Culture in the best way. Available exclusively from our Museum in a limited number of