National Archaeological Museum Private Tour

By Onoufrios Dovletis
Licensed Tourist Guide


Together we can customise your tour according to your needs and interests, and make your time in Athens as enjoyable and enlightening as possible so that you would want to return again and again!

You can't say you've seen Athens if you haven't visited this amazing museum!

With more than 11,000 exhibits, it provides a panorama of the Greek civilization from the beginnings of Prehistory to Late Antiquity.

In a total of 8,000 sq.m. the National Archaeological Museum houses numerous important findings including:


Neolithic Art

6th mil. BC.


Cycladic Figurines

3rd mil. BC.


Mycenean Art

Such as the "Mask of Agamemnon". 2nd mil. BC.


Santorini Frescoes

2nd mil. BC.


Antikythera Mechanism

The word's earliest "computer". 2nd cent. BC.


Greek sculptures

Greek sculptures showing their evolution through time, with some of the few surviving ancient bronze statues.



Pottery from several periods and regions of Greece.


300 Spartans

Findings from the battle of the 300 Spartans against the Persians. 5th cent. BC.


100 EUR

per group

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Additional Information

Tour Duration

2.5-3 hours

Meeting Location

At the entrance of the National Archaeological Museum. Address: 44 Patission Street, Athens 10682



What’s Extra

Tickets to the attractions.

Ticket cost
  • Tickets: €10.
  • Reduced: €5, EU citizens over 65 years old (by showing their ID card/passport). Students of Universities non-EU countries (by showing their student ID card).
  • Free: visitors under 18 years old (by showing their I.D. or Passport), students from E.U. countries (by showing their University Card).


Cancellation Policy

Less than 72 hours (3 days) notice: full fee of cancelled tour payable.

Hi, I'm Onoufrios!

I'm an Official Tourist Guide licensed by the Greek Ministry of Tourism. Keep in mind that only official guides are allowed to give tours. You can recognize us by the blue badge that we are required to wear.

Athens (Αθήνα in Greek) is where I give most of my tours. In ancient times, the capital of modern Greece used to be pretty much the centre of.. everything! It was the birthplace of Democracy; all the famous philosophers you know, such as Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, lived and founded schools here; theatre was also born here as a ritual to honour Dionysus and that's where most of the tragedies, such as Oedipus, where performed for the first time ever! This is indeed where the 'western civilization', as we tend to say, started...

For all of those reasons and more, allow yourselves a few days in Athens so that you can take it all in and visit its numerous museums (including two of the world's most important museums: the National Archaeological Museum and the Acropolis Museum), hills, sites, cafes and restaurants in the old town called Plaka or other hip modern areas, and please don't just treat it as a sort of 'mandatory stop' before you head to our beautiful islands.

Athens deserves it!

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