The Folklore Museum of Krania
The Folklore Museum of Krania is located in the village of the same name in the Municipality of Meteora and started operating in the summer of 2001. It houses traditional textiles, looms, cooking utensils, a bridal bed, and rare photographs of many kinds. All these exhibits cause the visitor mainly nostalgia and impress all ages. Some years ago, the museum created a room in honor of the great lyricist Costas Virvos.
HOURS OF OPERATION: The Museum can be visited all year round by appointment at 6984311241.
Environmental Education Centre Three Rivers
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The Conference Center remains open all year after consultation with the D.K. Aspropotamos.
ASPROPOTAMOS – Tria Potamia location
The Kalambakas Library is located in the center of the city, with its doors open to all people, regardless of age. It was inaugurated on July 19, 2015, with Katerina Diana Dimoulas-Merriam as its donor, while the renovation of its building was done by the Educational, Literary, and Cultural Urban Non-Profit Society of Kalambaka (KDK). This state-of-the-art Library, combined with the latest technology media, attempts to create an attractive environment for its users in which they will not only be able to read books but also be entertained. CONTACT PHONE: 2432023041 ADDRESS: 9 Rodou Street, Kalambaka
Hellenic Culture Musuem
The Museum of Greek Education is located in the center of Kalambaka and has collections by the collector Pavlos Balogiannis related to education and Education. The visitor to the museum not only encounters unique book collections but gets to know Greek Letters and Greek Culture more deeply. In summary, the museum hosts books, notebooks, school items of Primary and Secondary education, old authentic editions of works, books of ancient Greek authors, and original editions of Aesop's fables, 19th, and 20th-century fairy tales, Meteora books, and much more. Finally, it has three halls: the Old Lecture Hall, the Aesop Hall, and the Meteor Hall.
CONTACT PHONE: 2432075219
The Meteora Natural History Museum and Mushroom Museum
The Meteora Natural History Museum and Mushroom Museum are located in Kalambaka. In this museum, a massive collection of birds, mammals, and mushrooms is presented realistically, allowing visitors to experience the natural
environment where animals live, and mushrooms grow. The visit to this particular museum is not only fun but also educational since you get to know, in its entirety, the "home" of animals and mushrooms.
ADDRESS: 20 Pindou Street, TK 42200, Kalambaka
Cave of Theopetra
Cave of Theopetra One of the most famous archaeological monuments, the cave of Theopetra, is located near the village of the same name in the Municipality of Meteora and is about 8 kilometers from Kalambaka. It was created 137/65 million years ago and is located at an altitude of 100 meters, approximately from the earth's surface. It is impressive that it contains finds that start in the Middle Paleolithic era (50,000 BC) and continue until the end of the Neolithic period (4,000 BC). Even though the excavations began several years ago, the discoveries do not stop continuing. From the cave, the view is indescribable as in front of it flows the river Litheos, a tributary of Pinios.
Digital Projection Centre of Meteora’s History and Culture
Center for Digital Projection of History and
Meteor Culture The modern Digital projection of the History and Culture of Meteors is located in Kalambaka and started its operation in May 2017. Since then, daily projections, depending on the visitors' needs. It includes a three-dimensional (3D) screening room with 105 seats, state-of-the-art equipment, and special 3D glasses for each individual. Screenings are by appointment and are available in Greek and English. The visitor can watch the following 3D projections:
• View of Mythological Meteor content, lasting approximately 15 minutes. Presentation of the creation of the beautiful landscape of Meteora
• Viewing - Guided tour of the Holy Monasteries of Meteora, which lasts about 15 minutes. Presentation of the monasteries of Meteora. HOURS OF OPERATION: Daily & Weekend 09:00 - 16:00 REGULAR SHOWING HOURS: Every hour from 10:00 - 15:00
MINIMUM NUMBER OF PEOPLE PER SHOWING 4 PEOPLE SHOWING INFORMATION: TOTAL SHOWING DURATION: 38' Part 1: Mythology (3 minutes) Part 2: Olympus (3 minutes) Part 3: Creation of Meteors (15 minutes) Part 4: Information on Meteors and Monasteries (18 minutes) CONTACT PHONE: 2432077997 E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org ADDRESS: P. Dimitriou & N. Plastira WEBSITE: https://www.dimosmeteoron.com/ meteora3d
Documentation and Education Center of Theopetra Cave
Museum of Geological Formations of Meteora, The museum of Geological Formations of Meteora started its operation in May 2018 and is located in a village of the Municipality of Meteora, Kastraki. It is located in the central square of the town. There are three rooms in the museum. Room A (ground floor) is a waiting room showing general images of the Meteora and audio-visual material, as well as a 15-minute video of the creation of the Meteora and the nearby Koziaka Mountains. Room B (ground floor) is an introduction to General Geology and presents how the earth, rocks, and minerals are created. To her,
there are fossils, minerals, and stones from all over Greece. Finally, hall C (floor) is the most significant single space of the museum. There, the method of creating Meteors is presented. HOURS OF OPERATION: Monday to Friday: 08:00 - 15:00 Weekend: 09:00 - 16:00 CONTACT PHONE: 2432022523 E-MAIL: email@example.com
Documentation and Education Center of Theopetra Cave
Theopetra Cave Documentation and Education Center The Theopetra Cave Documentation and Education Center (K. T. E. S. Th.) is located in the village of the Municipality of Meteora, in Theopetra, and it contains findings from excavations. At the same time, there is a special room where the visitor learns the concepts of archeology and prehistory through educational applications. The visit to K.T.E.S.T. is done by appointment. Visitors can see:
•what is an archaeological dig
• how the presence of prehistoric cave dwellers was imprinted in the soil
• what the first prehistoric jewelry looks like
• how our ancestors perceived the transition from life to death
• what an ordinary Neolithic household was like
• what kinds of people lived in prehistoric Theopetra and what materials they used
• what species of plants and animals made up the cave's prehistoric environment