The ​​Acropolis Museum – Among the best museums in the world according to Trip Advisor​

The New Acropolis Museum has been named among the best-ranked museums in the world in the 2015  Travellers’ Choice survey, announced by TripAdvisor. More specifically, the New Acropolis Museum has been voted as the 11th in the world the the 8th in Europe. The list of the online travel guide – which is based on reviews of millions of users has been created by an algorithm that measures the quality and quantity of assessments for the period of one year.

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Inside the Acropolis Museum, learning about the beautiful Caryatids in the company of their Athens Walking Tours’ knowledgeable guide

So, the Acropolis Museum that first opened its doors to the public in 2009 and is built on designs of Bernard Tschumi in collaboration with the Greek architect Michael Photiadis founded to house every artifact found on the Acropolis’ Rock and on its feet, from the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece.

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The Parthenon’s masterpieces at the Acropolis Museum

A Museum like this is really worth visiting it with a knowledgeable guide who will lead you step by step in the history of the Acropolis and point out the Museum’s highlights. Make sure you sign up with the Athens Walking Tours who use the best and more knowledgeable guides in town. We operate daily, sun shine or rain, wonderful, guided, small group tours with excellent and licensed tour guides.  All of them are well educated University graduates in fields such as Archaeology, History or relevant fields. See the more than 1,300 reviews on Trip Advisor.

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Discovering ancient Greek history inside the New Acropolis Museum with the Acropolis Hill and the Parthenon Temple on the background!

You can enjoy the Acropolis Museum Tour or combine it with the Athens City and Acropolis Tour for a more complete experience of the city of Athens.

The Acropolis Museum is a must for every visitor of Athens!

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