• The Parthenon
  • The Erechteion
  • The Propylea   The Temple Of Nike Apteros
  • The Herod Atticus Theatre

Athens Historical Sightseeing

Do you love art, history, and architecture?

Would you like to see some of the richest Greek artifacts dating back from pre-history until antiquity housed in one of the oldest neo-classical buildings in Athens?

On this tour you will visit The National Archeological Museum, considered one of the best museums in the world! Your consumed and amazed as you walk through each collection and can’t help but wonder how advanced the Ancient Greek civilizations were in ceramics, weaponry, and yes even jewelry!

The New Acropolis museum is focused on the findings of the archaeological site of the Acropolis of Athens. The museum was built to house every artifact found on the rock and on its feet, from the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece.

Interesting fact –The Acropolis museum has been designed to use natural sunlight so that the sculptures can be seen exactly as they first were under the bright Attica sun.

This tour starts with the half day historical sightseeing tour of Athens and continues with
The National Archeological Museum and The New Acropolis Museum.


The National Archaeological Museum

The National Archaeological Museum

This museum consists of some of the most important artifacts of Ancient Greek art until the late Roman period. Statues from the Mycanae Antikythera wreck, the “mask of Agamemnon”, and the wall paintings of Thera statues from the Cycladic period are just some of the treasures on display.

The New Acropolis Museum

The New Acropolis Museum

One of the world’s most modern museums opened in 2009 and already visited by millions. It is set opposite the Parthenon and it houses artifacts of the Archaeological site of the Athenian Acropolis from prehistoric times until the end of antiquity.