Originally founded in 1977, the Jewish Museum of Greece reserves the art and artefacts of Jewish communities after they settled here due to Nazi imposition. The establishment of this museum was seen as a revival and renewal of Jewish community life which had been otherwise disrupted due to the history of bloodshed. Moreover, this museum also disseminates the Holocaust studies in Europe. A visit over here, thus will make you understand the Jewish community, artifacts and Holocaust history in a better and unbiased way. The best way to understand everything on display here would be take a walking tour so as to see the things in clearer perspectives.
Entrance Ticket Details For Jewish Museum Of Greece
- Students: € 3
- Groups: € 50
How to Reach Jewish Museum Of Greece
- By Metro: Syntagma Station
- By Tram: The museum is conveniently close to the T1 Tram Line, namely Zappeio-N. Faliro.
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0.93% of people who visit Athens include Jewish Museum Of Greece in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
70% of people start their Jewish Museum Of Greece visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Jewish Museum Of Greece
83.33% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Jewish Museum Of Greece
People normally club together Theocharakis Foundation For The Fine Arts And Music and Agios Eleftherios Church while planning their visit to Jewish Museum Of Greece.