Explore the Acropolis Museum as you follow original "paths" with the help of leaflets designed for children and parents. The leaflets – which are age-specific and vary in their subject matter and level of information – help children become familiar with the Museum's premises, appreciate some of its masterpieces and cultivate their observation skills, memory and imagination while also having fun. You can acquire the exploration leaflets from the Information Desk during the Museum’s regular days and hours of operation. These materials have been created in collaboration with the Education Team of the Acropolis Restoration Service (YSMA).
Υoung visitors will walk towards the Parthenon Gallery on the Museum’s third floor, where they will discover the, perhaps most famous, sculptures worldwide! But not all of them ... A part of these is located elsewhere ... The details behind where, when, how and why they went missing will be discovered through the adventures of six famous sculptures showcased in the pamphlet. By the end of the activity, children will have the chance to describe their thoughts and feelings about the dispersal of the sculptures, through paintings and phrases, in the special pages of the pamphlet, which they will leave behind upon their exit from the Museum, at the Information Desk.
The Goddess Iris helps children discover some very famous and favorite animals in the Museum and gives them the chance to have one of their first Museum experiences. Age: 3 to 5 years old
Our young visitors go on a tour in the Museum aided by the Goddess Iris, counting from 1 to 10 and discovering some of the Museum’s masterpieces that reflect the number they are looking for. Age: 5 to 8 years old
The Goddess Iris calls on the children to help her find the Gods in order to invite them to the Goddess Athena’s birthday, taking place in the Parthenon Gallery. Age: 8 to 10 years old
On the occasion of its tenth birthday, the Acropolis Museum invites families to go on a tour in its galleries with the help of this booklet. Children search for 10 unique exhibits, draw their favorite one and send a card to the Museum with their wishes. Age: from 8 years old
Simos, a marble craftsman of the Acropolis, helps children understand the most important works of the marble craftsmen on the Sacred Rock, as well as the pleasant but also difficult moments of their everyday life at the worksite. Age: from 8 years old
Captain Aristagoras meets you at the temporary exhibition "Samothrace – The Mysteries of the Great Gods" and helps you find distinctive displays and learn about the mysterious rites held at the Sanctuary of the Great Gods. Age: from 8 years old
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