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Acropolis of Athens and New Acropolis Museum Tour

  • Explore Athens’ Acropolis and the New Acropolis Museum on a walking tour
  • View the Parthenon, Propylaea, and other antiquities with insight from a guide
  • Guided tour of museum ensures you cover and learn about every must-see
Acropolis of Athens and New Acropolis Museum Tour
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4pm Departure
Book your Acropolis of Athens and New Acropolis Museum Tour starting at 4pm *During this tour the New Acropolis Museum will be visited first and then the Acropolis
11:30am Departure
Book your Acropolis of Athens and New Acropolis Museum Tour starting at 11:30
3pm Departure
Book your Acropolis of Athens and New Acropolis Museum Tour starting at 3pm *During this tour the New Acropolis Museum will be visited first and then the Acropolis
Athens’ Acropolis is one of the world’s top archaeological sites, and exploring it independently risks just skimming its surface. Cover its highlights and more on this walking tour, with a guide adding insight and context to the Parthenon and other monuments. Plus, round things off at the New Acropolis Museum, with your guide showcasing its must-sees. Includes a choice of start times for flexibility, with entrance fees at own expense.
What to Expect
Meet your guide in central Athens at your selected time, and stroll to the base of the Acropolis, the city's UNESCO-listed rocktop citadel.

Avoid the main crowds by heading for the southern slopes, and visit the Theater of Dionysus and Dionysus Sanctuary on route while discussing their history.

Then, pay your admission and head into the Acropolis. Explore key sights such as the Propylaea, Erechtheion, and Temple of Athena Nike, and marvel at the Parthenon as your guide explains its significance. Then, gaze down on Athens and learn about the monuments below, including the agora and Odeon of Herodes Atticus.

Continue to the New Acropolis Museum, considered one of the world’s top five museums. Purchase admission and enjoy a guided tour of its highlights, including its statues and glass-floored galleries that reveal excavations on the Acropolis’ slopes.

Your tour finishes in the museum, leaving you free to continue exploring independently.
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Alexander was Great!

Our tour guide, Alexander, did an amazing job. He covered the changing of the guards, the gardens, the Olympics, the Temple of Zeus, the Acropolis and the Acropolis Museum. He answered every question honestly and thoughtfully. This was our second trip to Athens and Alex...More

Thank HappyReader_9
Reviewed 1 week ago
The guide was extremely knowledgeable and very nice.

We went to the Acropolis Museum first. The guide really knew his information which I definitely appreciated, but felt it was a bit too long. By the time we left the museum and got up to the top of the Acropolis, we only had a...More

Thank deborahlT5655YF
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Dorina was Fabulous

We arrived at our hotel just minutes before the tour started in a very convenient area just minutes from the Acropolis Museum. Dorina was an amazing guide, taking the time to explain the highlights in a very professional and enthusiastic way. Highly recommend this combination...More

Thank Rose O
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great tour with Artemis!

Our family of five enjoyed this tour with Artemis. Artemis seems passionate about Greek history and was very friendly and informative! She really helped to bring the ruins to life and she pointed out things we would have missed without a guide. This was a...More

Thank Jim K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Very worthwhile

This was an excellent tour given by a knowledgeable guide. However, the group was a little too large, making it hard to hear the guide at certain times. It was very exciting to be surrounded by such antiquity! We loved finishing the tour by visiting...More

Thank Janice D
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12 June 2018|
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Response from edwardsL4770VP | Reviewed this property |
Our tour was around 4 hours.
Bridgette B
25 May 2018|
Response from Julio401 | Reviewed this property |
Your guide will give you all tickets necessary. The tour departs from inside the subway station on the main square near the Acropolis