The Palaiopolis-Mon Repos Museum opened its doors to the public in 2001.
The mansion, in which the Museum is currently housed, was built at the time of British rule by Sir Frederick Adam, Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian islands. It is a typical example of early 19th century neoclassical architecture (1828-1831).
The permanent display, based on two main themes, is spread over fourteen galleries.
Aspects of the history of the building and the ancient monuments in the surrounding area are presentend through authentic objects and visual aids.
Mon Repos Estate, Τ.Κ. 49131, Kerkyra (Prefecture of Kerkira)
Telephone: +30 26610 41369
From November 1st, until March, 31st the reduced price of the single ticket applies independently to all visitors.
Special ticket package: Full: €15, Reduced: €-
The special ticket package is valid for 3 days.
From November 1st, 2022 until March 31st, 2023:
From April 1st to October 31st, 2023:
Daily, except Tuesday, 08.30-15.30
Good Friday 14.04.2023: 12.00-17.00
Holy Saturday 15.04.2023: 08.30-15.30
Easter Sunday 16.04.2023: Closed
Last admission to the Museum: 20 minutes before closing. The Mon Repos Estate is open everyday 08.30-17.00 and the entrance is free.