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Acropolis Museum

Ten of the Acropolis Museum’s Most Beautiful Exhibits

The Acropolis Museum located only 330 meters (1,000 feet) from the famed hill of the same name hosts some of the world's most important antiquities

Acropolis Museum Marks 13th Anniversary with Half-Price Ticket

The Acropolis Museum will mark its thirteenth anniversary on Monday, June 20th by offering all visitors half-price tickets of five euros for all its exhibition areas. At 3 pm, visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy music by the Woodwind...

The Secrets of the Ancient Neighborhood Beneath the Acropolis

The ancient neighborhood beneath the Acropolis Musum reveals life in ancient Athens long before the Parthenon and the sculptures on the Acropolis

The Face of Avgi, the 9,000 Year-Old Teen From Mesolithic Greece

A reconstruction of the face of Avgi, a teenager who lived in Mesolithic Greece, around 7,000 BC, stuns viewers.

Fagan Fragment Permanently Restored On Parthenon’s Frieze

The Fagan fragment became the first repatriated fragment of the Parthenon sculptures to be restored on the Parthenon frieze.

Entirety of Parthenon Frieze Featured on New Website

The entire Parthenon Frieze is now completely accessible thanks to a new website from the Acropolis Museum that shows the entire frieze, which ran along the outside of the Parthenon. The frieze was likely created by the great ancient Greek...

Acropolis Museum Loans Kore Statue, Other Artifacts to Toronto

Starting on March 12, 2022, visitors to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto, can experience Kore 670 — a gift to a goddess, one of the best-preserved and most stunningly beautiful Korai statues from the Acropolis of Athens. To...

Greece Loans Statue to Italy in Return for Parthenon Gesture

Greece loaned a statue of Athena from the Acropolis Museum to the Antonino Salinas Regional Archaeological Museum in Palermo, Italy on Wednesday. The statue, which dates to between 420-400 B.C., shows the goddess leaning on her spear (which is now...

Parthenon Marbles Fragment Returns Home to the Acropolis Museum

A fragment of the Parthenon Marbles which returned from Italy to its home at the Acropolis Museum on Monday was welcomed in a special ceremony attended by PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis. The symbolic and practical gesture made by the autonomous region...

Who Beheaded The Kritios Boy, the Masterpiece of Ancient Greek Art?

The Kritios Boy, a statue displayed at the Acropolis Museum is one of the most important works of ancient Greek art and the most characteristic of the so-called "Severe Style". The statue’s torso was found in 1865-1866 southeast of the...