29 December 2021 -30 December 2021

Sound-stories for strange divine births

The wisest of all goddesses was born from the head of her father! The strongest of all heroes, while infant, strangled two gigantic snakes! Ancient Greek myths are so strange but at the same time so fascinating! The Museum invites children and their attendants to take part in an interactive festive program for divine births; to express themselves through music and to create an audio background to frame the stories.

The program is carried out by the Acropolis Museum in collaboration with the musician/music-educator Chara Asimina for participation in the intergenerational seminar “Across Generations” organized by the Goethe- Institute Athens.


Ages For children 4-11 years old
Days & hours

Wednesday 29/12 & Thursday 30/12, 10:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. & 2:30 p.m.

Language Greek
Duration 60 minutes

Refer to the Information Desk on the same day. Limited to 30 visitors per program. First-in first-served.

Health protection measures It is necessary to wear a protective mask (not provided by the Museum) and to use the whisper guide system headsets (provided by the Museum). Read more about the Museum's health protection measures.
Cost Free participation for children & 5 euro for parents/escorts

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