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Herakleidon Museum of Ancient Greek Technology: Entry Ticket

Product ID: 386593
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Visit the Herakleidon Museum, a unique center of learning which showcases the technological intelligence of the Ancient Greeks.
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Experience

Highlights
  • Explore the unique center of technological advance of the Ancient Greeks
  • Learn about the Antikithira Mechanism which is considered the world's first computer
  • See technological artifacts that showcase the war techniques of the Greeks
Full description
Visit the Museum Herakleidon which has evolved to become an interactive center of science. Discover a technological museum that focuses on antiquity, with emphasis on the achievements of the ancient Greeks.

Learn all about the triptych of science, art, and mathematics through accessible displays and objects. See how they calculated and worked with sophisticated data and find out which objects and structures were created by the ancient Greeks.

During the first decade of its operation, the museum focused on artistic activities and organized exhibitions with artworks of great artists such as Toulouse-Lautrec, Edgar Degas, Edvard Munch, Sol LeWitt. Today it has expanded upon its artistic roots to become a must for any curious minds visiting Thisseio.
Includes
  • Entry ticket
What’s Not Included
  • Guided tour
  • Hotel transfer

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Meeting point

Redeem your ticket at the 1st of the museum's 2 buildings, located at 16 Herakleidon Street. It is walking distance from the Metro station Thisseio. The second building is at 37 Ap. Pavlou Street., which is 150 meters from the first building.

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Important information
Not allowed
  • Smoking
Know before you go
• The museum is located in Thisseio, very near the main entrance of the Acropolis which you can easily reach on foot and continue to explore

From US$ 5.98 per person

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