- Get skip-the-line access to the Acropolis Museum in Athens - no lining up for you
- See awesome exhibits covering the period from the 5th century BC to the 5th century AD
- View the coffered ceiling of the Propylaia from the parapet of the temple of Athena Nike
Get skip-the-line access to the Acropolis Museum in Athens and dig deep into the history of this ancient Greek wonder. See the Acropolis built in Lego bricks, walk around archaic statues that have all retained their colors, witness excavated treasures and more!
There's loads to see at the Acropolis Museum, but you'll probably head straight for the Lego bricks. Who doesn't want to see a Greek wonder immortalized in tiny bricks?
See exhibits covering the period from the 5th century BC to the 5th century AD. Walk around archaic statues and see them from all angles, lit by beams of sunlight.
Learn about the development of the city-state and the country's transition from aristocracy to tyranny and, eventually, democracy. Watch a video presentation about the Parthenon and view the coffered ceiling of the Propylaia from the parapet of the temple of Athena Nike.
This place is a history book in a building. Step inside and discover all you need to know about the cradle of Western civilization.
- Skip-the-line entrance to the museum
- Access to the permanent collection
- Access to the temporary exhibitions
- Museum map in eight languages (Greek, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin and Japanese)
- Guided tour
- Audio guide (available onsite for an extra fee)
After passing the security check take the Expedited Line to get you smartphone ticket scanned.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.
- Bus: Lines 24, 40, 57, 103, 106, 108, 111, 126, 134, 135, 136, 137, 155, 206, 208, 227, 230, 237, 790, 856, Α2, Α3, Α4, Β2, Β3, Β4, Ε2, Ε22 (stop: Makriyianni)
- Metro: Line 2 (Anthoupoli-Elliniko) to Acropolis station
- The Museum entrance is located at the beginning of the pedestrian walkway of Dionysiou Areopagitou Street, which constitutes the central route for the unified network of the city’s archaeological sites. The Acropolis metro station is on the east side of the museum site
Blind visitors can loan a museum guide in braille (Greek and English) onsite.