If you’re going to the Acropolis, go to the museum beforehand or get some education online beforehand as there isn’t much available once you’re there at the Acropolis.
If you decide to go to the museum, go straight to the second floor and watch the two videos available before you look at the artefacts on display, it’ll give you some background knowledge to let you know what you’re seeing.
They sell two tickets , one is 20$ the other is 30$...we bought the 30$ ticket and didn’t really make use of it. Students and kids 18 and younger get in for free, so bring identification for them .
The museum it’s self is decent enough, the information provided is sufficient , but the vast majority of the Acropolis artefacts are on display in a British museum and I found that ridiculous. They should be where they belong , in a Greek museum .
After visiting the museum you will have a better understanding and appreciation for the Acropolis .
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