DESCRIPTION
THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE
INFORMATION
PHOTOGALLERY
 
 
 
  Administrative Information
 
 

.. 20500, Nemea (Prefecture of Korinthia)

Telephone: +30 27460 22739

 
 
Tickets
Full: €6, Reduced: €3
Special ticket package: Full: €6, Reduced: €3
Reduced admission for:
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  Open

Winter:
From the 6th of December 2021 : 8:30-15:30, closed on Tuesdays.

Summer:
April: 08: 00-19: 00
From 02.05.21 until 31.08.21 : 08: 00-20: 00
open all days of the week.
01 to 15 September: 8: 00-19: 30
September 16 th to September 30: 8: 00-19: 00
1st to 15th October: 8: 00-18: 30 and
16th to 31st October: 8:00 - 18:00.

From today until Friday, 1st to 3rd of December 2021, the Archaeological Museum of Nemea will remain closed for reasons related to the pandemic due to SARS-CoV-2. The Sanctuary of Zeus and the Stadium of Nemea, however, will be open to the public. The Museum of Nemea will be open to the public from Saturday, December 4, 2021. Until then, tickets for the archeological site and the Stadium will be available at the Stadium ticket office. Free admission: 6/3, 18/4, 18/5, 28/10 last weekend of September, the 21st of each month until December 2021, 1st Sunday of each month from 1/11 until 31/3. Closed on Easter Sunday and 1st of May, official state holidays. On Big Friday: 12: 00-17: 00 and the Holy Saturday 08: 30-16: 00. The site and the Museum will be open on Easter Monday, Monday of the Holy Spirit, August 15 and October 28.

Holidays
25 March: closed
 
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  Services
 
 
See also
Other monuments and museums in the same prefecture
Amphitheater
Archaeological Museum of Ancient Corinth
Archaeological Museum of Isthmia
Archaeological Museum of Nemea
Asklepieion and the Lerna Fountain
Bema of Saint Paul (Roman Forum)
Cave at Lechova
Cave of Hermes at Zireia
Diolkos of Corinthian Isthmus
Early Christian basilica at Kato Sikyon