Coordinates: 37.989038, 23.732753

National Archaeological Museum

The greatest museum of Greece and one of the most important in the world includes more than 20,000 masterpieces, which create a complete image of ancient Greek civilization, from the beginning prehistory to Late Antiquity. It possesses, among others, the rare collection of prehistoric antiquities with the impressive findings of the royal tombs in Mycenae, one of the most important collections of sculptures in the world, vessels, small artifacts, and the unique in Greece collection of Egyptian and Oriental antiquities, while it also organizes interesting temporary exhibitions. It is housed at the impressive neo-classical building of the 19th century, work of the architects L. Lange and E. Ziller, at Patission street.



Patision 44 10682

Access by METRO and ISAP: Omonia or Victoria Station
Access by Buses: B5, A6, B6, E6, A7, B7, E7, A8, B8, A12, B12,
C12, E12, 022, 035, 046, 060, 200, 224, 605, 608, 622
Access by Trolley: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 14

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