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National Archaeology Museum Athens

  • Admission to the National Archaeology Museum Athens
  • Admission to temporary exhibitions

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Mary,  Australia Australia
05 Nov 2022
Well laid out world class museum, with very informative good didactic panels in both Greek and English. Superb pieces in its collection: allow extra time to not rush so you can absorb it all.
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MARK RICHARD,  United States United States
29 Sep 2022
This museum is an absolute must when visiting Athens! It has such a range of artifacts from so many different periods, displayed beautifully and well explained.
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Ray,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
30 Sep 2022
Well worth the cost to visit. Don't rush just take time to see all the amazing exhibits. If you want a nice coffee and bite to eat go over the street opposite the museum to Cafe lab .Great prices...
Well worth the cost to visit. Don't rush just take time to see all the amazing exhibits. If you want a nice coffee and bite to eat go over the street opposite the museum to Cafe lab .Great prices and lovely staff.
National Archaeological Museum Athens

About: National Archaeology Museum Athens

The National Archaeology Museum is the largest museum in Greece, and one of the most important archaeological museums in the world.

With the initial purpose of collecting findings from 19th-century excavations in Attica and elsewhere, it gradually became the central National Archaeology Museum, and was enriched with finds from many different regions. Its world-renowned collections, boasting more than 11,000 items, offer you a panorama of ancient Greek culture, from the beginning of prehistory to late antiquity.

National Archeological Museum Athen
Wednesday 08:30 - 16:00
Thursday 08:30 - 16:00
Friday 08:30 - 16:00
Saturday 08:30 - 16:00
Sunday 08:30 - 16:00
Monday 08:30 - 16:00
Tuesday 12:30 - 20:00
National Archaeology Museum Athens
44 28is Oktovriou, 106 82, Athens
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