National Archaeological Museum

Athens, Greece
4.8 / 5
The museum is the most extensive collection of objects of ancient Greek culture. The archaeological collection was founded at the beginning of the XIX century, in 1889 a separate building in the neoclassical style was not erected for it. The museum exposition is divided into several collections, which include collections of the prehistoric period, Cycladic art, Mycenaean art, Egyptian art and many others.
National Archaeological Museum
Address:28is Oktovriou 44, Athina
Phone:+30 21 3214 4800


This place was inspiring both as an archeologist and an artist. Some rooms are more compelling than others, but you can see world famous artifacts each after another in every one of them. If you only visit a couple of museums in Athens, I would recom.. Read more »


Greece is full of history and the National Archeological Museum helps reveal this even further. There are countless artifacts and status available to peruse. I would suggest downloading a guided tour or having a tour guide to give greater insight t.. Read more »


Absolutely stunning treasures from the heights of ancient Greek civilisation.The perfect alternative to the hot sunny streets of summer in Athens and don't miss the special atmosphere of the kind of shabby chic museum cafeteria. If you can get ther.. Read more »


Very interesting museum if you're a history buff out researching the financial history of different societies. It will give you a better understanding of why things are the way they are now. Entrance staff is a bit brisk but the space is gorgeous and.. Read more »


You need at least 3-4 hours just for a quick inspection. So that's it, go! An ideal place to organize a cognitive siesta in the midday greek heat. An incredibly rich collection and even a fantastic Egyptian hall. Nice and modest cafe just with sweets.. Read more »


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