Educational Programs for school year 2013-2014

The Acropolis Museum provides educational programs and activities for students in both primary and secondary school, for the year 2013-2014. Its programs aim to bring schools and students into close contact with ancient Greek civilization and the Museum exhibits.

Educational programs for schools are available in Greek only. The Museum suggests the following programs for teachers and students.

Educational Program «The Parthenon Sculpture»

Students watch a short film presentation on the Parthenon and its sculptural decoration, and then visit the Parthenon Gallery.

The Museum provides students with a special booklet to support their understanding of the sculptures and their participation in workshops.

"The Parthenon Sculpture" (Education Booklet)

Museum Presentation by Archaeologist-Hosts

A presentation by Archaeologist-Hosts is designed to introduce school groups to the Museum highlights (50 students per group).

Seminar for Teachers

The Seminar for Teachers addresses educators from all school levels and provides information on the educational programs offered by the Museum. The seminar outlines a proposed tour that teachers can follow when accompanying students during a school visit.

Independent school visits

On a daily basis, the Museum receives approximately 50 students every hour. It is necessary for school groups to be accompanied by at least 2 teachers. Admission is free for children under 18 years old and teachers accommodating schools groups.

For school group reservations, please telephone the Group Bookings on +30 210 9000903, from Monday to Friday, 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. School groups without a reservation risk being unable to enter the Museum.

Museum kits

The Museum’s Education Department provides the Museum Kits, a specially designed educational resource of alternative teaching for use either in the classroom or in some other place of cultural reference.

The Museum Kits may be taken out on loan, on agreement by telephone only on +30 210 9239186, from Monday to Friday, 12 noon until 2 p.m. 
More information is available here.