Once in Ancient Corinth, the highlights to visit are archaeological site and the museum. The opening hours are subject to continues changes and you can contact us, giving us the date of your visit, so that we provide you with the exact opening hours.
At the archaeological site, among other things you will see the standing columns of the Apollo temple, the Ancient Springs, the Agora, as well as the Bema from where St. Paul preached. You will be able to walk on the very well preserved Lecheos street and see remainings of shops and baths on both sides as well as where the monumental arch and official entrance to the Agora was. From all around you will be having spectacular views of the Corinthian gulf as well as of the Acrocorinth and its castle, where if your time allows it you can visit on your own afterwards.
Then you will visit the archaeological museum with some extraordinary samples of the Corinthian pottery, finds from ancient tombs, Roman statuery and more.
For the guided visit of Ancient Corinth you will need approximately 1.5 hours and then you can spend more time on your own to take pictures or to go to the Roman Odeon or the ancient theater which are outside of the archaeological site.