This is one I wanted to do, so I'm glad it was in the joint ticket with the Acropolis. My family didn't care much, since we had seen Roman agoras in Rome, but they ended up really liking it, as well. The museum had the nicest collection of pottery we saw anywhere, and you could get so close to it. It's a pretty small museum, so do take a few minutes and walk through it. The site itself is large, though. There aren't many signs, so you need a guide book to really get the most out of it. walk up to the Temple of Hephaestus to see what the Parthenon would have looked like in it's heyday.
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