The new Acropolis Museum was open on 2009, it is considered as one of the best in the World. It temporarily houses masterpieces of the ancient Greek civilization, dedicated to the most important of the Athenian sanctuaries, the “temenos” of Athena Parthenos. The collections of the museum include: Sculptural offerings of the Archaic period – Pediments of temples dated to the Archaic period – Archaic Horsemen – Sculptures of the “Severe” style – Pediments and metopes from the Parthenon – The Parthenon frieze (most important) – The Erechtheion frieze – Parapets of the Athena Nike temple – Frieze of the Athena Nike temple – The Caryatids – Clay figurines and vases from the sanctuary of the Nymphs.
Full admission: € 5,reduced admission: € 3 (students from countries outside the E.U. (citizens of the E.U. aged over 65) Free admission: Children under 5 years of age, from non-EU countries
Operation Hours: Daily 08:00- 20:00 except Monday Address: D.Areopagitou 15 Access: Metro station Acropolis Tel. 2109000 900 www.theacropolismuseum.gr