The museum was designed by swiss architect Bernard Tschumi and it is really great example of modern minimalistic building and ancient collection. Breath taking view on Acropolis and whole city before sunset.
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A nice start if you are touring Acropolis, tells you the history and information of what you will be seeing at the Acropolis and most of the artifacts will be held here. Enjoy the view of the Patheons while dinning or having a drink at...More
We enjoyed seeing the items found in the Acropolis with English descriptions about each one. The air conditioned cafe was a nice place to take a break, with tasty food at a reasonable price.
Fantastic value for 5 Euro. Highly recommend doing this with a guide so you get a better understanding of what you're looking at. Also worth doing after the acropolis itself.
Beautiful statues, clean and easy to get around. The entrance is very interesting as it has clear floors and you can look down into the ruins below the museum. The tickets are 5€ to get in, but we recommend spending the 30€ to get access...More
Absolutely fabulous. Ideal to go here before going up to the Acropolis if you can, you'll understand much more. However, go to the Acropolis early morning to beat the heat and crowds.
With over 225,000 reviews and rated mostly excellent there nothing more to say. I visited Sept 18th, the temperature outside was 38 degrees and this place is worth a visit, not too crowded.
When purchasing your tickets to the Museum make sure you get the combination ticket that also includes your entrance to the Acropolis itself--you will save money by doing it this way. I was in awe. The museum is so fantastic! There is so much to...More
The spacious layout of this light filled museum makes it easy to see the displays even with large numbers of people present. This is one of the world's best museums. The design is extraordinary.