The last weekend of September annually (European Heritage Days)
Reduced admission for:
Holders of a valid unemployment card.
Students of University - Higher Education Institutes, Technological Educational Institutes or equivalent Schools of countries from outside the European Union, upon presentation of their student ID cards
Free admission for:
Cultural Card holders
Holders of a free pass
Members of Societies and Associations of Friends of Museums and Archaeological Sites, upon presentation of their certified membership card.
Members of the ICOM-ICOMOS, upon presentation of their membership card
Persons with disabilities (67 % or over) and one escort, upon presentation of the certification of disability issued by the Ministry of Health or a medical certification from a public hospital, where the disability and the percentage of disability are clearly stated
Students of University - Higher Education Institutes, Technological Educational Institutes, Military Schools or equivalent Schools of EU member states, as well as Schools of Guides, upon presentation of their student identity card
The employees of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports and the Archaeological Receipts Fund, upon presentation of their service ID card.
Tourist guides upon presentation of their professional ID card.
Young people, up to the age of 18, upon presentation of their Identity Card or passport for age confirmation.
Winter: From October 16 through to February 28:
Daily, from 10am to 5pm
Summer: From March 1st through to October 15:
Daily, from 10am to 6pm
Closed on Tuesdays
Amenities for the physically challenged
Free admission is granted for disabled persons. For visitors that face movement difficulties, the Museum provides full access to the permanent collection via moveable and stationary bars and wheelchair available in situ, as well as WC. In addition, it is possible to organise a special tactile tour for visually impaired visitors. For better service, especially in case of scheduled group visits of disabled persons, it is necessary to notify the Museum in advance.
By sea, from the ports of Piraeus or Rafina to the port of Tinos Town (Chora) and, after this, by road to the village of Pirgos (26km) following the special road signs.