If you have listened to Greek music and wanted a little more information and the sound of individual instruments then make sure you visit. It was tucked away on the edge of the Roman Agora at the upper end and our major problem was locating it. Once there it was enchanting. The visit was free but was worthy of an entrance fee, if only to help upgrade the audio equipment which has seen better days. Who ever is running the museum is doing their best to provide a great experience under trying financial times. The staff we met were typical of Athenians in general, passionate and friendly.
While obviously not a site that people flocked to it provided one of the most pleasant breaks in Athens. Well worth committing an hour for a visit.
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