The Acropolis Museum in Athens, Greece, is one of the city’s most important museums. The tour you can book on this page is a 1 hour 30 min tour in which you’ll have the chance to see the surviving treasures of the Acropolis finally reunited under the roof of the New Acropolis Museum.
Your tour will be an in depth visit of the museum with a licensed tour guide. Together you will browse the religious artifacts of everyday life from ancient Greece, admire the statues from the archaic period, the Caryatids, and of course check out the Parthenon hall with the Metopes, the pediments and the frieze. Another major exhibit in the Museum of the Acropolis is the one that holds remains of the ancient Athenian temples that came to light during the on-going archaeological excavations under the ground floor of the museum.
After the guided tour you will be free to stay and continue exploring the Acropolis museum at your leisure.
Votive artifacts and objects of every day life In the gallery from the slopes of the Acropolis with archeological findings from the Acropolis hill.
Statues from the Archaic period Found in the Archaic Gallery where you can view the ancient Greek statues from every angle, in a hall full of natural light.
The Parthenon hall With a reconstruction of the Parthenon frieze and real marble inscriptions witnessing to the history, construction and use of the Parthenon.
The remains of the ancient Athenian city Remnants of temples, the Propylaia city entrance and sculptures from the parapets of Athena Nike and the Erechteion.
An amazing Acropolis view
Walking pace: moderate.