The White Tower of Thessaloniki is a monument that is situated in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece. The monument is a landmark of the city, it is a tower that was formerly part of the 15th-century city walls. When the walls were destroyed only the tower remained. The monument has had multiple uses over the years, such as a communication centre during World War I. It is currently the home of the White Tower Museum which is a museum that tells people about the history of the city of Thessaloniki and allows people to view the city from the top of the tower.
The monument is situated on the waterfront. It is situated a 10-minute walk away from ‘Thessaloniki’ train station.
Opening Times and Admission
The tower and its museum are open to visitors six days of the week, Tuesday to Sunday 9am-4pm in the winter months and 9am-8pm in the summer months. Admission is set at 8 euros for adults and 4 euros for concessions.