National Archaeological Museum

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Overview

The National Archaeological Museum of Athens is the largest archaeological museum in Greece. It houses some of the most important artifacts from various archaeological locations around Greece from prehistory to late antiquity.
The museum is one of the greatest museums in the world, presenting over 11,000 artifacts and five permanent collections. It was built in the 19th century and housed in a Neo-classical building designed by L. Lange.

Country

Greece

Approx. Duration

1-2 Hours Tour, Half-day Tour

Accessibility Level

Accessibility Level – High

Flights & Accommodations

Local Currency

Euro

Price Level

Min. Price

6 – 12 Euros


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General Info

Address

28is Oktovriou 44, Athina 106 82, Greece

Estimated Duration

2 – 5 hours

Spoken Languages

Greek (formal), English

Electricity

230V, 50Hz

Local Currency

Euro

Recommended Age Groups

Babies, Kids, Teens, Adults, Seniors

Price

6 – 12 Euros


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