Acropolis Museum: Athenian Discovery Small Group Tour

Cultural & Theme Tours in Greece

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Get ready for an adventure in the Ancient World! Explore the private and public lives of ancient Athenians by decoding the hidden messages contained within the artifacts they left behind, messages that reveal the secrets of their great long-vanished city. Take an interactive journey into their past and your present, and uncover stories from Classical Athens that are still relevant today.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Acropolis Museum, Athens, AtticaThe Acropolis Museum is one of the world's most important museums, filled with a vast collection of beautiful objects from thousands of years ago, world-famous for its stunning Parthenon Marbles and for the unique way in which it displays them.On this tour, you'll discover that it's also home to two Athenians from the Golden Age of Athens, whose everyday lives you'll explore as you move through the exhibits. Their personal stories are hidden in the things they left behind, the artifacts that we encounter at the museum today. Each item has something to tell us − can you figure out what it is? And what do these stories, these lives, mean to us today? Your expert guide will be there to lead the way through the different galleries and to connect the past to the present through a series of fun activities that will let you discover more about what ancient life was really like. As you solve the puzzles and take part in the activities, you'll learn about Ancient Greek history and culture. When you've finished this museum adventure, you'll know what made this ancient city so special, and you'll understand, too, the modern relevance of its crowning glory, the Acropolis. In the end, the Ancient World will have taken on a whole new meaning for you, a meaning that you will have had an active part in shaping!Duration: 2 hours

What’s included

  • Professional guide

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks
  • Entry/Admission - Acropolis Museum