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Athens New Acropolis Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket
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Athens New Acropolis Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket
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Modern, uptodate building on the foot of the Acropolis housing important ancient Greek statues and much more
Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Dionysiou Areopagitou 15, Athens 117 42, Greece
Thissio / Makriyanni
+91 88002 37808
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Reviewed yesterday

The way this museum is created is amazing - above the ruins, its scale, the way objects are presented, they all exceeded my expectation. I visited one Friday when it's open until 10 pm and had dinner at restaurant on its balcony, looking up Acropolis....More

Thank Edas55
Reviewed yesterday

The statues are amazing. The short films explains easily what happened to the ruins throughout the years and their restoration.

Thank RossBernadette
Reviewed yesterday

To be honest I hadn't so much time in the city that I decided to don't visit the acropolis (because too expensive) and I went to the museum just for 5 euros. One hour is enough to go around and there are a lot of...More

Thank Simona A
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very impressive building. The glass floors allow you to see the ruins underneath and even from the top floor you can look down through the lower two floors and see the ruins. The artifacts are displayed well. We went before going to the Acropolis which...More

Thank Espi123
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Acropolis museum is home to so many artefacts from the actual Acropolis, really highlighting just how impressive the Ancient Greeks were! The combination of original pieces and modern additions to complete the pieces is amazing and the videos to demonstrate how restorations have occurred...More

Thank SpankNMoose
Reviewed yesterday

Amazing place. Definitely see it before going to The Acropolis. It makes the trip much more interesting.

Thank fireyphaarc
Reviewed yesterday

The Acropolis Museum is located quite away away from the Acropolis itself. It's a pretty good walk to the Acropolis Museum from the Acropolis and it is all down hill. The museum itself was ok. The museums in Rome and Italy in general are far...More

Thank fandponeill
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Large place with glass floors to see the ruins below and lots of restoration work that is evident. It’s amazing how the archaeologists have been able to put together the pieces of marble that are now a rubble. If you go to the acropolis, pay...More

Thank glowbe_trottah
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Ok, but after taking the classical tour and visiting the Acropolis it was redundant to us. If you are into seeing that actual artifacts you will like. Very crowded

Thank curtdo
Reviewed yesterday

We were advised to visit the Museum (just across from the Acropolis) prior to goin to the Acropolis. We would recommend the same. Go to the Acropolis first to buy your tickets. We went around 930am and there was a long line. Once we had...More

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Thissio / Makriyanni
Named after the well-preserved Thission (ancient
temple of Hephaestus), Thissio is blessed with a small
wooded park and some less frenetic streets that offer
numerous quieter places to stay and eat. Largely
pedestrianized Apostolou Pavlou Street runs between
the Acropolis and forested Filopappou Hill, well worth
climbing for more great panoramas, until it merges
with Dionysiou Areopagitou Street. This leads to the
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May 9, 2018|
Response from Robin M | Reviewed this property |
May is considered the "shoulder" season and not as hot or as busy as the summer months of July and August. It rained hard in Athens this past week but that was unusual. When I was in Athens in early July the temperature was... More
April 18, 2018|
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Response from KarlMul | Reviewed this property |
Suggest to go early. Get there by 08h45 and entry should be very quick. After 09h30 the crowds start.