The Museum of Cycladic Art was established in 1986 by the Nicholas P. Goulandris Foundation. The museum is located in the Kolonaki Quarter of Athens. It features a notable collection of artifacts of Cycladic art, with kid-friendly activities & exhibits.
Museum of Cycladic Art, Neofitou Douka, Athens, Greece
Greek (formal), English
Kids, Teens, Adults, Seniors
General Admission: 8 Euros
Reduced entrance fee*: 5 Euros
Reduced Entrance: seniors (over 65), students, 19-26 years old
Free Admission: Cycladic Friends, kids under 18, visitors with disabilities and their companion, archaeologists and art history students, members of ICOM – ICOMOS, Greek unemployed citizens, with their current unemployment card, press, qualified guides teachers accompanying school, classes participating in educational programs, parents accompanying their kids for the Saturday’s & Sunday’s programs
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