Wonderful history and spectacular building! I would love to go back and see it at night! It shows in great detail the different aspects of live during that day in time. Wonderful art exits!
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This is a full size replica of the Parthenon in Greece. There is pictoral history of the building and the area (now a park) surrounding the building. There is also a nice sized art gallery as well. Then of course there is the replica room...More
Omg this place is the weirdest! It's in a really cute park, with a nice pond to walk around. It's also just across the street from The Vanderbilt University. Totally worth a visit! Recommend having your lunch at one of the picnic tables in the...More
This was originally built as a temporary exhibit for a World's Fair way back when. The city liked it so much they built a permanent exhibit which houses Athena.....well worth the quick visit. Very impressive.
Fun to walk around and peek inside. My mom and I enjoyed the surrounding park area & were able to relax on a swing for a bit. Would have loved to catch an event while there, and since we haven't been to Europe, this was...More
This is such a unique gem! A full scale replica of the Parthenon from Athens, Greece. It is located in Centennial Park, and you can walk around and take pictures for free. Admission inside is six dollars for adults. There is a bit of history...More
Honestly, as you would expect, there are some ignorant, uneducated persons who wouldn't know the difference between the Parthenon and a public toilet. The art is 100% American, mostly impressionist landscapes; not everyone's "cup of tea" but very nice. I have visited both Parthenons and...More