24 September 2022 -25 September 2022

In the houses of the ancient Greeks … life without TV and internet

Have you ever wondered what ancient neighbourhoods looked like? Streets, houses, rooms and courtyards? How did ancient Greeks cook without electricity? How did they preserve food without using a refrigerator? How did they spend their time without television and internet? What games did the children play? And what kind of materials did they use? Were they more environment-friendly than ours?

Join us for a walk through the ancient neighbourhood beneath the Museum and learn about its differences from modern neighbourhoods. Discover objects that ancient people used daily and compare them with ours.


Ages Children 7 to 12 years old and people accompanying them.
Days & hours Saturday 24/9 & Sunday 25/9 , 12:00 & 12:15
Language Greek
Duration 60 minutes
Registration Refer to the Information Desk on the same day. Limited to 25 visitors per program. First-in first-served.
Cost Free participation for children & general admission ticket (€10) for parents/escorts.


The family program will take place on the occassion of the European Heritage Days 2022, on Saturday 24 September and on Sunday 25 September. On the same days, the Museum entrance will be free from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.

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