The Aegean Maritime Museum is a sea exhibition hall in Mykonos, Greece. The originator and executive of the exhibition hall, George M. Drakopoulos, got the Athens Academy Award and the World Ship Trust's Award for Individual Achievement for the establishment of the gallery. A non-profit organization, it was established in 1983 and in 1985 opened to the general population in a Mykonian working of the nineteenth century, situated in the zone known as Tria Pigadia in the town focus. The historical center means to attempt the protection, advancement and investigation of Greek oceanic history and custom and has practical experience in the shipper transport history of the Aegean Sea.
The Aegean Maritime Museum was the principal ever Greek gallery to reestablish living recorded shows as they were initially composed and constructed. Shows that are living rebuilding efforts incorporate the Armenistis Lighthouse worked in 1890, which remains in the exhibition hall plant, and the boats Thalis o Milesios and Evangelistria, which are situated on the Naval Tradition Park in Palaio Faliro, Athens. The garden of the Aegean Maritime Museum, beside showing the beacon, has ious antiquated mariners' marble tombstones gathered from the islands of Mykonos and Delos. You can come and enjoy this place.