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The Tomato Industrial Museum “D.Nomikos” completes 10 Years In Culture


The Tomato Industrial Museum “D.Nomikos” completes 10 Years In Culture,
April 6, 2024

The Tomato Industrial Museum “D.Nomikos” completes 10 years of cultural life on the island of Santorini this year.
With a decade dedicated to the exhibition telling the story of the evolution of the tomato from the ground to the plate, the museum has managed to educate, inform and inspire thousands of visitors from all over the world.
The “D. Nomikos” Industrial Tomato Museum, which from 1945 to 1981 operated as a processing factory for the small-fruited Santorini tomato, was transformed in 2014 into a modern industrial museum of local history as well as a cultural center.
In the heart of the Santorini countryside, it combines history, art and technology to highlight the importance of the red fruit in global cuisine and economy.
Through multidimensional exhibitions, interactive environments and educational programs, the museum has contributed to the cultural life of the place and the local community.
On this important anniversary, the Tomato Industrial Museum “D. Legal”, he wants to communicate to the public his undiminished interest in the ever-growing digital technology and its application in highlighting the tradition and cultural heritage of the island. In collaboration with the University of Patras and the Departments of Electrical Engineering and Computer Technology and Architectural Engineering, he carried out the DEAR Museum Project, for the development and production of augmented reality applications, within the framework of the Operational Program, Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation (EPANEK). More specifically, visitors have the opportunity to experience through interactive means the traditional life and everyday life in the society of the factory.
Celebrating 10 years of operation, the museum has planned a series of events and exhibitions to celebrate this successful run.
We welcome visitors to celebrate this important anniversary

 with us and share their love for the tomato, the “red caviar” as the locals called it.
Ahead of our anniversary, we would like to say a big thank you to all our visitors, supporters and staff for their dedication and support throughout this incredible decade.
For more information about the Tomato Industrial Museum visit our website at or contact us at 22860 85141.

The Tomato Industrial Museum “D. Nomikos” is open daily from 10 am. to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday and is waiting to welcome you to share with you the traditional and modern history of the tomato.
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