I didn't took any pictures of the Museum because, as the archaeological site, they were so manipulated that I felt schemed.
By Wikipedia: "After 1922, the chief proprietor, Arthur Evans, intended to recreate a facsimile based on archaeological evidence. The palace is not exactly as it ever was, perhaps in places not even close, and yet in general, judging from the work put in and the care taken, as well as parallels with other palaces, it probably is a good general facsimile. Opinions range, however, from most skeptical, viewing the palace as pure fantasy based on 1920's architecture and art deco, to most unquestioning, accepting the final judgements of Arthur Evans as most accurate."
I fall in the first category.