Corfu Museums

Corfu Museums

A Serbian flag flying over the Serbian Museum of Corfu.
photo: Milica Markovic
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Serbian Museum of Corfu

When the Austro-Hungarian Empire defeated Serbia in WWI, the government and army found refuge in Corfu. This museum tells their fascinating story.

A robotic female figure in a cooking scene at the Casa Parlante Museum of Corfu.
photo: Casa Parlante

Casa Parlante Museum

Casa Parlante's amazing staff will guide you inside a 19th-century mansion where robotic figures perform traditional life routines. A memorable visit.


Banknote Museum of Alpha Bank

A free-entrance museum with private guides. An astonishing journey into the history of Europe's economy through Greek banknotes. Don't miss it.


National Gallery Corfu

Kato Korakiana

A small but totally worth-your-visit place. It's a collection of paintings and art pieces from the last two hundred years. Low entrance fee.


Asian Art Museum - Corfu

The century-old museum, originally of Chinese and Japanese Arts, has now many exhibits from all over Asia. A truly unusual place for a Greek island.


Corfu Gallery

Small and packed with modern art by local artists, the Corfu Gallery is a fascinating stop while wandering in the Old Town.

Visitors are looking at the exhibits at the Folklore Museum of Acharavi.
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Folklore Museum of Acharavi

Daily-life items, tools and weaving machines, and traditional costumes place you in Corfu's historical context. Worth your time - low entrance fee.


Archaeological Museum of Corfu

Worth-visiting museum that covers a broad historical period . Its exhibits start from the island's prehistoric past and unfold into the Roman era.

The stairs leading to the Byzantine Museum of Antivouniotissa.
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Byzantine Museum of Antivouniotissa

If you are into Byzantine or religious history, don't miss this place. A 15th-century Ionian Basilica turned museum with dozens of icons and heirlooms.