The Grand Master’s Palace, the most imposing edifice in the Old Town, was the headquarters of the leader of the Order of the Knights of Saint John, and at the same time a strong fortress. It was built in the 14th century on the ruins of a Byzantine fort. It consists of two storeys with a large internal courtyard.
It was destroyed in the period of Turkish rule and rebuilt in the 1930’s in the magnifi- cent style we see now.
Today the Palace is a museum, and its many rooms contain important archaeological finds from ancient and medieval Rhodes.
Opening Hours Mon to Sun, 8:00 a.m – 20:00 p.m
Entrance 6 Euro/Adult, Free under 18 Students from EU countries free Students not from EU countries half price People over 65 years from EU countries half price Note: Valid ID is necessary for the discount