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War Museum of Athens Entrance Ticket

War Museum of Athens Entrance Ticket - Athens, Greece

Duration: 1 to 8 hours
Location: Athens, Greece

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$4.67

The War Museum was established by the Hellenic State in 1964 in order to honor all those who fought for the country's freedom. The Museum’s mission, as this was determined by its Establishing Act, is to collect, preserve and exhibit military artifacts and memorabilia, and to study, document and project the sacred struggles of the Greek nation from antiquity to the present day, in order to preserve the national memory and promote the historic continuity of Hellenism.

In the museum's exhibition grounds you can chronologically navigate through the four levels of the building, while a large collection of weapon systems can also be discovered in the open-air areas around the premises ... More info ›

The War Museum was established by the Hellenic State in 1964 in order to honor all those who fought for the country's freedom. The Museum’s mission, as this was determined by its Establishing Act, is to collect, preserve and exhibit military artifacts and memorabilia, and to study, document and project the sacred struggles of the Greek nation from antiquity to the present day, in order to preserve the national memory and promote the historic continuity of Hellenism.

In the museum's exhibition grounds you can chronologically navigate through the four levels of the building, while a large collection of weapon systems can also be discovered in the open-air areas around the premises.

On the 1st floor you can see tributes to Antiquity, the Alexandrian Times, Byzantium, Frankish Rule, Ottoman Domination, the Greek Revolution of 1821, the New Hellenic State, the Balkan Wars, the First World War, the Asia Minor Campaign, the Greek-Italian War, the German Invasion, the Battle of the Forts, and the Battle of Crete.

The Mezzanine is dedicated to the action and contribution of the Greeks to the success of the Allied operations against Axis forces during the Second World War. It includes themes for the Sacred Company, El Alamein, Rimini, the action of the Navy and the Air Force. The tribute to World War II ends with the Occupation, Resistance, and the Liberation. These are followed by a tribute to the Greek contribution to the UN mission in Korea and also a special room devoted to the struggles of the Hellenism of Cyprus over the centuries. Finally, the tour ends with the collection of bravery medals.

A large collection of uniforms is displayed on the ground floor and in the reception area, while a special room is devoted to the Greek Army officer Petros Z. Saroglos and his rare collection of weapons concerning the Greek Revolution, the European Renaissance and the Napoleonic Wars, as well as weapons from various European countries, the Muslim world, the Far East, and weapons of primitive peoples of Oceania.

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Athens New Acropolis Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket

Athens New Acropolis Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket - Athens, Greece
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Athens, Greece

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$5.84

Today, the Acropolis Museum has a total area of 25,000 square meters, with exhibition space of over 14,000 square meters, ten times more than that of the old museum on the Hill of the Acropolis. The Museum offers all the amenities expected in an international museum of the 21st century.

The rich collections provide visitors with a comprehensive picture of the human presence on the Acropolis, from pre-historic times through late Antiquity ... More info ›

Today, the Acropolis Museum has a total area of 25,000 square meters, with exhibition space of over 14,000 square meters, ten times more than that of the old museum on the Hill of the Acropolis. The Museum offers all the amenities expected in an international museum of the 21st century.

The rich collections provide visitors with a comprehensive picture of the human presence on the Acropolis, from pre-historic times through late Antiquity. Integral to this program is the display of an archaeological excavation on the site of the Museum itself: ruins from the 4th through 7th centuries A.D., left intact and protected beneath the building and made visible through the first floor.

Skip the main ticket line and exchange your Viator voucher for your museum ticket directly at the groups counter.

Navigate in Greek history through the galleries of the Slopes of the Acropolis, the Archaic Acropolis, the Parthenon, Propylaia, Athena Nike, Erechtheion and the exhibition from the 5th c. BC to the 5th c. AD.

The Gallery of the Slopes of the Acropolis houses finds from the sanctuaries that were founded on the slopes of the Acropolis, as well as objects that Athenians used in everyday life from all historic periods. On the left hand side, finds from some of the key sanctuaries of the slopes are exhibited. On the right hand side, finds from the smaller sanctuaries and settlements that developed on the slopes of the Hill are displayed. In antiquity, the slopes of the Sacred Rock constituted the transition zone between the city and its most famous sanctuary. This was the area where official and popular cults, as well as large and small sanctuaries existed alongside private houses.

In the Archaic Acropolis Gallery, for the first time, visitors have the opportunity to view exhibits from all sides as three-dimensional exhibits. With the benefit of the changing natural light, visitors can discern and discover the delicate surface variations of sculptures and select the vantage point from which to observe the exhibits. In the south side of the Gallery, depictions of young women (the Korai), the horse riders (the Hippeis) and many other provide a striking picture of the Acropolis in the Archaic Period.

The last gallery of the Museum, affords views of unique works that became prototypes for subsequent periods from antiquity to today. For the first time ever, it is possible to view the coffered ceiling of the Propylaia and the sculptures from the parapet of the temple of Athena Nike, and finally, the Caryatids – or Korai of the Erechtheion at close proximity on the balcony overlooking the Gallery of the Slopes of the Acropolis. The main monuments that constitute the Classical Acropolis are the Propylaia, the temple of Athena Nike and the Erechtheion.

Reliefs of Athenian decrees, impressive portraits, Roman copies of classical masterpieces and depictions of philosophers and historical figures are the exhibits covering the period from the 5th century BC to the 5th century AD. These collections of the Museum include the Sanctuary of Artemis Brauronia, the votives of the Classical and Hellenistic Periods and the votives of the Roman Period. 

The Acropolis Museum provides a restaurant on the second floor, with panoramic views of the Acropolis and a 700 square meter public terrace commanding a breathtaking view of the historic hills of Athens. Among other facilities, the Museum offers a Reading Lounge on the second floor with views of the Caryatids and the Hekatompedos Pediment where visitors can relax on comfortable chairs and browse through books on the Acropolis and the classical world.

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Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum Entrance Ticket

Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum Entrance Ticket - Athens, Greece

Duration: 1 to 6 hours
Location: Athens, Greece

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$5.84

Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum consists of more than 4000 unique pieces of jewellery and decorative objects. Linking the past with the present is a common theme throughout Lalaounis’ career and the museum beautifully curates the evolution of his work, illustrating how he became a true a pioneer Greek goldsmith of the twentieth century.

Visit: Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum

The museum is housed in a neo-classical 1930’s building, at the foothills of the southern slope of the Acropolis ... More info ›

Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum consists of more than 4000 unique pieces of jewellery and decorative objects. Linking the past with the present is a common theme throughout Lalaounis’ career and the museum beautifully curates the evolution of his work, illustrating how he became a true a pioneer Greek goldsmith of the twentieth century.

Visit: Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum

The museum is housed in a neo-classical 1930’s building, at the foothills of the southern slope of the Acropolis. The Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum underwent major renovations to achieve Lalaounis’ vision of creating an international centre for the ancient art of gold-smithing and other traditional crafts. The permanent exhibition, which consists of more than 4,000 pieces of jewellery and decorative objects, encapsulates Lalaounis’ remarkable vision and career. The museum is one of the few in the world dedicated to contemporary jewellery and decorative arts and the only one dedicated to the life work of a contemporary jewellery goldsmith.
The museum features also an authentic jewellery workshop on the ground floor allowing visitors to observe the resident goldsmith at work using ancient techniques and materials.

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Cycladic Art Museum Entrance Ticket

Cycladic Art Museum Entrance Ticket - Athens, Greece

Duration: 1 to 5 hours
Location: Athens, Greece

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$8.18

The Museum of Cycladic Art is a living and appealing destination, in the heart of Athens. It focuses on promoting the ancient cultures of the Aegean and Cyprus, with particular emphasis on Cycladic art of the third millennium BC ... More info ›

The Museum of Cycladic Art is a living and appealing destination, in the heart of Athens. It focuses on promoting the ancient cultures of the Aegean and Cyprus, with particular emphasis on Cycladic art of the third millennium BC. Built in 1986 to house the Nicholas and Dolly Goulandris Collection, it holds one of the most comprehensive private collections of Cycladic art in the world. The minimalist marble figurines it is reknown for, has inspired artists of the 20th century, such as Brancusi, Modigliani, Giacometti, Hepworth and Moore and continue to inspire world-renowned artists such as Ai WeiWei.

Visit: Museum of Cycladic Art

The Museum’s permanent collections include 3000 Cycladic, ancient Greek, and ancient Cypriot artefacts, witnesses to the cultures that flourished in the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean from the fourth millennium BC to approximately the sixth century AD.



The temporary exhibitions of the MCA focus on archaeology, modern and contemporary art, aiming to introduce the public not only to antiquity but also to important 20th & 21th century artists and explore the links between ancient cultures and modern and contemporary artistic creation. Dali, Picasso, Thomas Struth, Louise Bourgeois, Sarah Lucas, Ugo Rondinone, Jannis Kounellis, Mario Merz, Αi Weiwei and Cy Twombly, have been exhibited at the MCA, amongst others.



Cycladic art’s defining characteristics, abstraction and harmony, also characterize the Cycladic Café, recently renovated by Kois Architects. The atrium’s rich vegetation creates the sense of a secret oasis situated in the very center of the city, while the lighting design by Eleftheria Deko complements the natural sunlight that comes through the entrance’s floating façade-sculpture, during the day.



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Hellenic Motor Museum Entrance Ticket

Hellenic Motor Museum Entrance Ticket - Athens, Greece

Duration: 1 to 4 hours
Location: Athens, Greece

From USD
$9.35

Hellenic Motor Museum is a unique museum in Athens hosted in a fascinating building in terms of architecture and design. The museum occupies 5.000 sqm and includes more than 110 unique exhibits of the global automotive industry ... More info ›

Hellenic Motor Museum is a unique museum in Athens hosted in a fascinating building in terms of architecture and design. The museum occupies 5.000 sqm and includes more than 110 unique exhibits of the global automotive industry. Its exhibitions are dedicated to the evolution of the car and display cars from the 19th and the 20th century. It is located in the heart of Athens, just a few minutes away from the National Archaeological Museum.

Visit: Hellenic Motor Museum

The Hellenic Motor Museum occupies 3 floors in Capitol Mall, and was created by Theodore and Joanne Charagionis Foundation in 1977. The museum is something entirely different from a simple collection and for its creation it was required extensive research of old records, historical, rare and modern books and searching all over the world for restoring authentic parts. The museum now includes more than 110 exhibits, an auditorium with modern showroom at the foyer, simulators and special education program for children in road safety and for young people in racing driving, café and memorabilia store.
You can admire masterpieces of the automotive industry, experience the driving speed of F1 in the F1 simulator, and drive through an old car workshop with all its features. HMM also gives you the opportunity to learn about the evolution of the car through the history of the wheel. While ascending the spiral ramp of the building you can admire 72 unique exhibits dating from 300 B.C. to the end of the 20th century.

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Benaki Toy Museum Entrance Ticket

Benaki Toy Museum Entrance Ticket - Athens, Greece

Duration: 1 to 8 hours
Location: Athens, Greece

From USD
$10.51

Feel like child again visiting Benaki toy museum in Athens and admire a variety of toys, books, ephemera, clothing and other items associated with childhood from Europe, Africa, Asia and the America.

The Museum is housed in an eclectic-style building which combines Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau elements dating from 1897-1900 and opened to public in 2017. The museum based on the collection of Maria Argyriadi that is among the most important in Europe ... More info ›

Feel like child again visiting Benaki toy museum in Athens and admire a variety of toys, books, ephemera, clothing and other items associated with childhood from Europe, Africa, Asia and the America.

The Museum is housed in an eclectic-style building which combines Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau elements dating from 1897-1900 and opened to public in 2017. The museum based on the collection of Maria Argyriadi that is among the most important in Europe. It includes a variety of very interesting collections, 20,000 toys, games and childhood items, from antiquity to modern times originating not only from Greece but almost all around world.
The Greek collection includes handmade traditional toys, fairground and commercially-produced toys, board games and group street games as well as childhood customs. It includes also a collection based on childhood memories created by members of Social Clubs for the Elderly. The European collection includes exhibits mostly from England, France and Germany from 18th to 20th centuries such us urban and folk toys as well as European-made dolls dressed in traditional costume from various areas of Greece.

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