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Acropolis Museum in Athens Activities | Fun for families!

Acropolis Museum in Athens activities

Last Updated on July 31, 2022 by Celeste.

Acropolis Museum in Athens activities

Acropolis Museum in Athens activities

The Acropolis Museum in Athens has introduced its winter activities for families and kids and a reduced admission fee of 5 euros (reduced admission is 3 euros) for children and adults. Further, each first Sunday of the month, entrance to the museum is free. The museum’s winter program will run during the November 1 – March 31 period. Opening hours to the museum are as follows:

Winter season 1 November – 31 March

Monday – Thursday 9 am – 5 pm / Last entry: 4:30 pm

Friday 9 am – 10 pm / Last entry: 9:30 pm

Saturday & Sunday 9 am – 8 pm / Last entry: 7:30 pm

Strange creatures at the Museum

The newly launched activity for kids is called Strange creatures at the Acropolis Museum and runs from 7 November until 27 March. The activity is built around animals and the mythical creatures of Ancient Greece. Children are challenged to explore what is truly the Hippalektryon, a rooster or a horse? A real mystery! And what about Centaur, Typhon, Triton, and so many others? They will discover the creatures of the earth, the sea, and the air, all creations of the imagination of the ancient Greeks. Children will be given materials to take home and create their own strange creatures. If they choose to do so, they can photograph their artworks and upload them on the website of the acropolis museum in Athens for kids!

Useful information by the Acropolis Museum in Athens

Days & hours every Sunday, 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
Language Greek
Duration 60 minutes
Registration Refer to the Information Desk on the same day. Limited to 30 visitors per program. First-in first-served.
Health protection measures It is necessary to wear a protective mask (not provided by the Museum) and to use the whisper guide system headsets (provided by the Museum). Read more about the Museum’s health protection measures.
Cost Participation for children is free. A general admission fee (5€) is required for parents/escorts.

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