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Archaeological Museum of Piraeus

31 Trikoupi Charilaou, Piraeus 185 36, Greece
+30 21 0452 1598
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Brillint museum in piraeus amazing artefacts and statues great outdoor area so glad we found it an... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
nigel s
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Worthing, United Kingdom
Great History, rare and precious monuments.

The old building of the museum (330 m2 ), which is currently used as a storage room, was built in... read more

Reviewed 12 August 2017
Errika2015
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Piraeus Region, Greece
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31 Trikoupi Charilaou, Piraeus 185 36, Greece
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Brillint museum in piraeus amazing artefacts and statues great outdoor area so glad we found it an hour well spent and not bad price at 4 euros

Thank nigel s
Reviewed 12 August 2017

The old building of the museum (330 m2 ), which is currently used as a storage room, was built in 1935. The new two-store building, which was inaugurated in 1981, covers a total area of total 1.394 m2. Both buildings neighbor on the Zeas (Greek:...More

Thank Errika2015
Reviewed 29 July 2017

fun and informative. it's a museum built over the ruins of an ancient town which they are presently excavating. It is off limits till that is complete

Thank tripper045
Reviewed 26 July 2017

Housing two of the ten most important, large-scale classical bronzes in existence, this modest Greek Museum has a far better collection of classical work then the Met in New York or the Getty in LA! A short trip on the subway from Athens, it is...More

Thank TurkeyTravelingGirl
Reviewed 9 July 2017

While at the museum if you have any problem you can refer to the people working there. You might think you are dealing with human beings but don't be fooled. Those things are machines - not intelligent machines - the stupid ones.

Thank metaschema
Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

Visiting the Temple of Poseidon requires one hour plus drive out of Athens and a little bit of a climb from the entrance but well worth the walk Definitely the highlight of our mostly disappointing day in Athens

Thank JeffG831
Reviewed 19 June 2017

Not a large collection but worthwhile if you are in the area. Great display from an important part of European history. The highlights are the bronze statues. Cheap tickets is a plus (£4).

Thank LarsNaess
Reviewed 15 June 2017

the mseum was 5 min walk from my hotel, so I couldn't avoid it. Nice , though small collection of ancient artefacts, mostly sculptures, with amazing bronze statues of Appolo, Artemis and Athena herself.. Impressive!

Thank Escargot66491
Reviewed 22 May 2017

Our hotel manager recommended visiting this museum and we're glad we did. Best surprise was upstairs in the room with the four bronze statues, especially the "Athena of Piraeus"; in our opinion one of the best statues in Greece. The adjacent amphitheatre will make this...More

Thank terry2017782
Reviewed 20 May 2017

Small collection. Highlight is a group of cult-size bronzes discovered in the 1950s. Top level items.

Thank trustme1945
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applejy300
10 May 2017|
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Response from binapiraeus | Reviewed this property |
It's opened from 9 to 3 every day except Mondays. Well of course you could spend hours and hours in there, but I'd suggest you should plan for a visit of at least 2 hours.
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annimAthens
16 October 2016|
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Response from Paul-Chippy-Druett | Reviewed this property |
Hei I have tried 3 times to answer. IT is closed for renovation. Check Athens nett pages for many other museums in this area. Sorry for the delay. enjoy your stay in Hellas. Paul.
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