Aristotle Park, Stagira-Akanthos

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#19 of 38 in Parks in Halkidiki Region
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  • Stunning location. What to expect? A place where you can try out some of Aristotle's ideas and inventions. Sometimes just things he thought were true but couldn't prove. Fun for children as they can r...  more »
  • Not really a main destination unless you are already nearby, but this is an absolutely perfect stop on the way to Ancient Stageira to roam around Aristotle's birthplace. There are lots of interesting ...  more »
  • We spent about one hour in this park and it was a great time for the whole family. From there we continued to the Varvara Waterfalls which the staff explained exactly how to get to. It was a wonderful...  more »
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  • Nice place where you can try some of Aristotle's ideas and interesting for the whole family. The ticket is 1€ per person. Not enough road signs, especially in front of the park there is old small sign.
  • The park has several scientific displays which are inspired by some Aristotle's inventions. Like the sun clock, and a few optical illusion setups. They all require the people to operate them to understand the mechanisms behind them. The park is located over a hill with great views of mount Athos. It is not very big, but nice place to take a break and enjoy the view and the science. The entrance was only 1eur per person.
  • I love greece because this is birth place of Aristotle's
  • Good place to learn some basics things from physics law
  • Great place... for small and grown up children. Also the view is worth the time.