A small place that actually is not museum as advertised is just as per title the house of the writer Papadiamandis. As specific writer died beg of 19th century you can easily understand how the house was. It’s good to see how people were living in Greek Islands beg of 19th century and see the environment that the writer grow... 更多
The museum is a little townhouse where the writer has lived - unfortunately there is nothing translated everything is Greek so if you really want to learn something about the writer if you do not have a local with you that can translate better off to let it were it is. Very little time needed to do the tour.
An oasis of calm in busy Skiathos town. A mere 1.50 Euros to visit the former home of one of Greece's greatest writers, unfortunately with information displayed only in Greek. Buy 'The Murderess' in the museum shop and prepare to be amazed.
Wondeful evening, every Wednesday night at 21.30 there is a little Theater Performance for 45 Min. ...ENTRANCE FREE " DREAM ON THE WAVES " short story from PAPADIAMANTIS ...played and read in English and Greek A MUST to go Loved it
This beautiful little house remains in the same condition from when it was inhabited by the famous write....There are many items of historic interest and this is certainly worth a visit..it is only just off the main shopping street so is very easy to locate
The Papadiamantis House is very beautiful house-museum of the Alexander Papadiamantis greek poet. In the house you can see his private things,the table where he worked, the beautiful garden,the essays, photographs.Recommend for history lovers
Not too much to see, the place is very small, and few of the exhibits have English translations. It didn't help that I'm unfamiliar with the author's work (excuse my ignore) so it didn't really resonate with me. Still it's only €1.50 to get in and you get a glimpse into how the islanders lived
The house is small but with significant importance !!! (One of the great authors of the 20th cent.). Very cute and the entrance fee very small. Very good bookshop at the basement with books of the author in various languages !! Make sure you visit the bookshop !!
Great for those who have read some of Papadiamantis's writings, seeing the house and the conditions under which the author lived definitely helps understand his work better. Entrance is free for students and teachers