mushroom forest museum


The Mushroom Museum has a rich collection. It consists of mushroom sculptures made one by one, maintaining an absolute color, shape and size similarity. Mushrooms are presented in three stages of development, so that the visitor forms a complete picture of their circle of life. Their presentation is based on the ecosystem that each species grows (beech, pine, fir, oak, meadow, etc.)


Wandering around a specially designed area, which simulates the real environment, visitors can gather information and get familiar with every mushroom.

Meet some of the exhibits.

Green-cracking Russula

Scientifically: Russula virescens (Schaeff.) Fr.   Green-cracking Russula is an edible mushroom that grows from May to October. It belongs...

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Fly Amanita

Fly Amanita, known also as Fly Agaric is one of the most notable mushrooms. Its form and color, consisted of...

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True morels

Morchella, the True morels, is an edible mushroom that grows from March to May in forests and moorlands. It is also...

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Explore our mushrooms collection ->.

Seminars of mushroom picking, hunting and cooking

Permanent exchibition – Paintings by Costas Vasilakopoulos

Learn about the kinds of Mushrooms


Mushrooms and fungi in general (Fungi) form one of the five biological kingdoms. The number of recorded fungi on the...

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The Basidiomycetes

The fungi class of Basidiomycetes is the one that their spores are produced externally on a tiny coryneform bases, called basidia….

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The Ascomycetes

The fungi class of Ascomycetes is the one that their spores are produced within egg shaped or oblong bags (pouches)….

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