Thessaloniki Museum of Photography

The Thessaloniki Museum of Photography is the sole museum dedicated to the art of photography in Greece and is supervised by the Ministry of Culture and Sports. It organizes every two years an international photography festival and its activity covers a national span, while it has undertaken important initiatives regarding Greek photography on an international level.

The Museum was founded in 1998 and was seated in Warehouse A on the First Pier of the Port of Thessaloniki in 2001.

The Museum activities have a three-fold goal:

a) collecting, documenting and promoting its permanent historical and contemporary photography collection

b) organizing and curating exhibitions and publications which study the photographic art and its numerous applications and multifaceted impact on societies

c) developing educational activities through which the public of all ages becomes familiar with the technical secrets of the image as well as the challenges stemming from the age of the image.

Hours: Monday closed, Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Saturday / Sunday 11:00 - 19:00, Friday 11:00 - 22:00

Entrance fee:

General admission 2€

Students / Visitors 65 years of age and over / Having many children / Group visits 1€

Persons with disabilitie s/ Minors (under 18) / Students of Fine Arts, Photography, Audiovisual Arts from Higher Educational Institutions/Employees of Ministry of Culture / Journalists / Guides / Conscripts of compulsory military service / Holders of Ministry of Culture card-ICOM card-unemployment card 0€

Address: 3, Navarchou Votsi St., Warehouse A’ Port, 54624 Thessaloniki

Telephone: +30 2310 566716


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