The museum is open and wide. It harbors multiple (not all) archeological findings around the acropolis. What I liked the most was to see the original Cariatids. One of them was under restoration, and they showed a video of how laser is used to remove pollutants and other debris to return the sculptures to their (close to) original appearance. On the upper level, they have mounted the reliefs that were located around the roof line of the Parthenon, so it gives you the impression that you are seeing them in their original order. What I did not like about the museum? Two things: supposedly pictures and video are prohibited, but I saw many persons using their smartphones (even with flash) and video cameras, and no museum staff stopping them from doing that. In fact, I saw people posing in front the statutes, which is prohibited in other museums in Greece. The other thing I did not like, is that the museum does not sell any videos of their exhibits or the history of the Parthenon (shown on the third floor).