The only Museum dedicated to Ioannis Capodistrias, first Governor of Greece and distinguished European statesman, is located in his homeland, Corfu.
The Museum is housed in “Koukouritsa”, one of the Capodistrias’ family country estates, where Ioannis Capodistrias resided for a period in his youth.
The Museum offers its visitors a unique opportunity to discover the history of Corfu, 19th century Europe and the modern Greek State in a picturesque setting and a declared National Heritage Monument.
The museum is located within a luscious garden with beautiful views over the Ionian sea, Corfu town and the mainland mountains. The permanent exhibition is presented in the house-museum and tells the story of Ioannis Capodistrias’ life and era, through its unique collection of personal and family artefacts, works of art and digital media. The open-air Museum Cafe in the garden serves drinks and light snacks.
Plan your visit
Open from Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 - 16:00 (from March to November)
Closed on Mondays and on official Holidays.
Free access to the Museum Cafe and Garden
For tickets prices to the Permanent Exhibition: please check our website capodistriasmuseum.com/en/visit
Free use of audio guide for the permanent exhibition is available in four languages: English, French, Russian and Greek.
How to get here:
The Museum is just 7 km away from Corfu Town, near the village “Evropouli”.
Getting here by CITY BUS:
Line 4, “Koukouritsa” stop
For City Bus Timetable, see here
Getting here by private vehicle:
On the Paleokastritsa National Rd, turn off towards “Hospital” (all vehicles) or “Potamos” (small vehicles only) and follow the road signs for “Evropouli”.
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Check our website at https://capodistriasmuseum.com/en/
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Capodistrias Museum - Centre of Capodistrian Studies
Koukouritsa Evropouli Corfu
tel: +30 26610 32440