Infants aged 0-2 go for free. Children aged 3-14, as well as students, enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
Cancellation Policy: Skip the line entry tickets to the Acropolis Museum cannot be amended, refunded, or cancelled.
Cancellation Policy: These tickets can be canceled 24 hours prior to the scheduled for a full refund.
A thematic museum, Acropolis Museum houses the findings from a single archaeological site - the Acropolis of Athens. The exhibition sections of the Acropolis Museum are on four levels. The ground, first, and the third floor have permanent and temporary exhibitions while underground level-1 is the excavation site.
The first exhibition of the Acropolis Museum on the ground floor includes the artifacts found from the slopes of the Acropolis. From cookery pots to votive offerings for the worshipping of gods, this exhibition gives you a glimpse into the ancient lifestyle of Athenians.
Learn about the entire history of the Acropolis starting from the 2nd millennium BC to the end of antiquity. You will find objects that show the evolution of the rock from a fortress to a place of worship, how Acropolis looked during the Archaic period and other monuments from the Pericles’ program including the Erechtheion and the temple of Athena Nike.
On the third floor, you will reach the Parthenon Gallery that shows the artifacts that were discovered inside the shrine, the pediment of the sanctuary, and the metopes. It has been placed in a lighted environment to make the visitors feel as if they are walking inside the Temple of Athena Parthenon.
Discover the ancient neighborhood of Athens that lies under the museum to get a glimpse into how the ancient Greeks lived from the classical to the byzantine period. This includes ancient baths, streets, villas, plumbing, etc. that the settlement used in ancient Athens.
Digital Museum has over 2,000 digitized objects to allow guests to enjoy the Acropolis Museum virtual tour from the safety of their homes. The artifacts of the museum have been scanned in high definition and guests can enjoy a wide range of multimedia options such as audio-visual content, 3D images, and more.
Winter Season (1 Nov - 31 Mar)
Monday to Thursday: 9 AM - 5 PM. The last entry is at 4:30 PM.
Saturday and Sunday: 9 AM - 8 PM. The last entry is at 7:30 PM.
Friday: 9 AM - 10 PM. The last entry is at 9:30 PM.
Summer Season (1 Apr - 31 Oct)
Monday: 8 AM - 4 PM. The last entry is at 3:30 PM.
Tuesday to Sunday: 8 AM - 8 PM. The last entry is at 7:30 PM.
Friday: 8 AM - 10 PM. The last entry is at 9:30 PM.
The museum is closed on 25 and 6 December, 1 January, Orthodox Easter Sunday, and 1 May.
Altered timings: on 24th December, 31st December, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, August Full Moon
Duration: It will take you approximately 2 hours to tour the Acropolis Museum.
Acropolis Museum Address: Dionysiou Areopagitou 15, Athina 117 42, Greece
City Bus: The closest bus stop is the Makriyianni bus stop. You can take bus routes 24, 40, 126, 134, A2, A3, A4, 57, and many more to reach here.
Trolley: You can take trolley lines 1, 5, or 15 and get down at the Makriyianni stop.
Metro: The closest metro station is Acropoli that is a minute’s walk from the museum.
Tram: The nearest tram station is Leoforos Vouliagmenis which is a 5-minute walk to the Museum.
Car: There is no parking facility at the museum but there is a street parking facility available at Veikou, Hatzichristou, Parthenonos streets along with Falirou Street and Rovertou Gali Street.
Train: Phix is the closest train station to the Acropolis Museum in Athens. It is an 11-minute walk to the museum.
A. Acropolis Museum tickets cost starts at €12.
A. The best way to buy the Acropolis Museum tickets is by booking them online. You can get a lot of vouchers for amazing discounts on the tickets and can reserve your slot in advance to attend the museum on the date of your choosing.
A. If you buy the Acropolis Museum tickets online, then you can book your slot in advance.
A. We recommend visitors buy their Acropolis Museum tickets online as the slots are usually booked for a month in advance. Moreover, tickets are subject to availability at the ticket counter. So, if you don’t wish to be disappointed, then we recommend you book your tickets in advance.
A. For Acropolis Hill tickets - Senior citizens aged 65 years or above from Greece and other EU member states and the European Economic Area can get discounted tickets on the presentation of an ID or passport (valid from 1 Apr to 31 Oct). For non-EU citizens aged between 6-25 years, ticket prices are reduced on presentation of passport (valid from 1 Apr to 31 Oct).
For Acropolis Museum tickets - Senior citizens from Greece and EU countries can get reduced ticket pricing on ID verification. Citizens from non-EU countries aged below 18 years can avail discounted tickets too.
A. For Acropolis Hill tickets - European citizens aged between 0 - 25 years can avail themselves of free admission.
For Acropolis Museum tickets - EU citizens aged between 0-18 years can enjoy free admission.
A. Skip the Line Acropolis Museum Entrance tickets cannot be amended, canceled, or rescheduled once booked. You can cancel the Skip the Line Acropolis Museum & Athens City Tour and Acropolis Hill, Museum & Parthenon Tickets With Mobile Audioguide tickets 24 hours prior to the schedule.
A. No, you do not need to print the Acropolis Museum tickets. You can show the tickets on your mobile to gain entry into the museum.
A. Visitors will need at least two hours at the Acropolis Museum to explore the area and make the most of it.
A. Yes, you need to bring a photo ID to gain entry into the Acropolis Museum. Any photo ID with a clear picture of the ticket holder will work.
A. There are three Acropolis Museum tickets available for visitors. With Skip the Line Athens Acropolis Museum Entrance Tickets, you can see the Acropolis Museum. The Skip the Line Acropolis Museum & Athens City Tour will take you on a tour of both the Acropolis Museum and the Athens City. Finally, with Acropolis Hill, Museum & Parthenon Tickets With Mobile Audioguide, you can see the Acropolis Museum and the Acropolis archaeological site (with Parthenon).