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Cape Sounion and Temple of Poseidon Half-Day Small-Group Tour from Athens
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Cape Sounion and Temple of Poseidon Half-Day Small-Group Tour from Athens

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Unless you hire a car, visiting Cape Sounion from Athens independently means a relatively long bus journey, with multiple stops. This half-day, small-group tour provides an easy alternative, with air-conditioned minivan travel, guided commentary on the cape’s Temple of Poseidon, and ample time to admire the ruins and Aegean views. A choice of departures allows for a sunset visit, plus there’s a beach break en route as a bonus.
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Sven K wrote a review Dec 2019
Rijswijk, The Netherlands91 contributions6 helpful votes
Its closed because of maintanance. Check website for updates. The New York Times was very excited about this venue.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Andy P wrote a review Dec 2019
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I was a little skeptical of a pinball museum in Greece, but I couldn't have been more wrong. They have an amazing collection of machines and the tour they give is fascinating. On top of that it's incredibly cheap to play unlimited for as long as you want. Bouncing back and forth between the old school and new school machines gives you a strong appreciation for the art and history of pinball machines. My girlfriend had a blast too. Oh, also...they have beer and cup holders at every machine! The owners were great. Just go.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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John D wrote a review Nov 2019
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If you are into Pinball machines, you can't do better than this. Ranging from the simple to the complex, you can play them all. The receptionist was welcoming and even gave us more time to play. The whole 2 hours I was there the song "PINBALL WIZARD" was playing in my head. Don't miss this hidden gem.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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HoultFamily wrote a review Nov 2019
Woking, United Kingdom376 contributions85 helpful votes
We spent an entire afternoon (to avoid the rain) here so the entry fee was good value. Most of the machines were working and I think we collectively played over 80 pinball machines! From the 1960s to present day. Friendly staff and a something really unusual. Worth a visit!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Lily A wrote a review Oct 2019
Washington DC, District of Columbia5 contributions1 helpful vote
Definitely worth the €10! We had some time to kill before checking into our hotel. We had gotten lunch, walked around the outside of the Acropolis, and finally thought - ok, where can we go to get out of the sun that is not shopping? Then there was the Athens Pinball Museum! Neither of us is an avid pinball player, but the collection is impressive and we found ourselves playing for two hours straight. The man who greeted us, Angelo, was very friendly (as is everyone who we interacted with there) and speaks English very well. He explained some of the history of this younger museum. For €10 it’s unlimited play on the machines from the time you enter until 11pm that same day. All machines have some info next to them about the manufacturer - some are still being restored and cannot be played. But there are a few dozen playable machines to keep you busy! There’s also a full bar and table and couch seating (there may be food? We’re not sure). It’s right across from the Acropolis and so if you’re looking for something a bit different to do, highly recommend this place. We went back later that night and kept playing!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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