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Museum of the Ancient Agora

24 Adrianou, Athens 105 55, Greece
+30 21 0321 0185
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"interesting artifacts"
in 6 reviews
"impressive building"
in 7 reviews
"century bc"
in 8 reviews
"nice collection"
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"acropolis ticket"
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"lots of history"
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"on display"
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"ancient times"
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"statues"
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"site"
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"voting"
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"reconstruction"
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"portico"
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"coins"
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Have to say I found the building more interesting than the museum contents! Is a really impressive reconstruction and well worth a visit. The museum exhibits are limited in range and number but also worth viewing. At a cost of €8 a pop, it won't...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This nice little museum is a nice place to peruse amidst the pleasantries of the agora. It's worth mentioning off the bat that you do not have to pay to visit this museum, as long as you have your ticket for the agora. Whilst housing...More

1  Thank Mark R
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The museum is housed in an impressive building located on the archeological site of the Ancient Agora of Athens. Its original construction goes back to the 2nd century BC and today you can see many interesting findings and artifacts excavated from this archeological site, from...More

Thank Borzov
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Reviewed 15 May 2018 via mobile

The Museum is located within the bounds of the Ancient Agora site and housed in a 1950’s reconstruction of the Stoa of Attalos that originally dated from around 138-159 BC. The Stoa provided covered walkways, with rooms to the rear, that surrounded the marketplaces of...More

1  Thank Nick and Angel S
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Reviewed 1 May 2018

We stopped by the Museum of the Ancient Agora in the Stoa of Attalos whilst on the site of the Ancient Agora. We bought the Acropolis combi ticket so this was included in the price which was great. As the temperature outside was close to...More

Thank Tom J
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Reviewed 15 April 2018

The museum of the ancient agora (forum) is located in the first floor of the Attalos stoa (portico). The building was reconstructed in the 1950s to resemble its 2nd BC appearance. The museum hosts artifacts from the Mycenaean and geometrical era (8th century BC) mainly...More

Thank Sofi N
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Reviewed 1 April 2018

Get the multisite ticket This building itself is modern, but still impressive. There is a small museum. Make sure to see the Temple of Haphaestus which is on the same site. As with many of the sites in Athens - this closes at 3 pm...More

Thank Kirk S
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Reviewed 21 March 2018

I really love the Museum inside the Agora and enjoyed taking my son inside. The highlights for me were the ostraca on display and moreso the kleroterion. Go for those alone. The sculptures outside are great to wander past.

Thank wherelolawent
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

The Stoa of Attalos is a fascinating building with several rows of colonnades and several rooms of artifacts. There are some beautiful pieces housed there and a great model of the Agora. I highly recommend a stop before exploring the rest of the structures,

Thank Ruth K
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Reviewed 25 February 2018

You have to wander far back into the museum, but there are some some very ancient and well-preserved items on display. We came to see the best-preserved temple in Athens, the Temple of Haphaestus (per our guide at the Acropolis). She also mentioned this museum...More

Thank Mary C
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