Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>

Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>

Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>
Greece Acropolis Museum Admission E-Ticket <Skip The Line>

Overview

Experience the world of ancient Greece at the Acropolis Museum in Athens. At the Acropolis Museum, you can see valuable exhibits covering the period from the 5th century BC to the 5th century AD. Get your ticket in advance for smooth entry!

Highlights

  • 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 – no lining up for you

Key Information

Description

At the Acropolis Museum, visitors can view artifacts from the Temple of Athena Nike, votive objects such as the Korai, a marble statue of a young woman, and sculptures depicting the Gigantomachy, the battle between the Olympian gods and the Titans. Many valuable exhibits cover the period from the 5th century BC to the 5th century AD. Visitors can learn about the development of the city-state and the country's transition from aristocracy to tyranny and eventually to democracy. Visitors can also watch a video presentation about the Parthenon and admire the vault of the Propylaea from the parapet of the Temple of Athena Nicæa.