National Museum Of Contemporary ArtCurrently Closed
- Address: Kallirois Av. & Amvr. Frantzi street, Athens, 117 43, Greece
- Timings: 11:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +3021-092421113
- Ticket Price: 3 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
National Museum Of Contemporary Art - Review
As its name suggests, the national museum of contemporary art displays the paintings, installations, photography, video and new media, as well as experimental architecture pertaining to the recent Greek history. The collections here have been kept in chronological order so as to make the visitor understand the period or the thematic threads that relate them to each other. Apart from the cultural and artistic display here, what attracts the attention of the visitor is its spectacular renovated building that has been designed according to the contemporary architecture. There is also a shop, a cafeteria, and a small workshop to keep you engaged.
How To reach National Museum Of Contemporary Art by Public Transport
- By Metro: Syngrou-Fix Station
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National Museum Of Contemporary Art, Athens Reviews
Little gem filled with knowledge and history. A must see if you’re in the area.
We took our time to read all the discptions and stories on the cards. It was very emotional and touching. Worth a visit if you have the time.
Small but sweet, I happened upon this museum after scaling the roads to the Acropolis, upon which I saw lots of anti-semitic graffiti. Greeks and Jews have much in common, and equally many differences. It is a worthwhile visit to look at some of the points in history where the two were one.
Very poor exposition, out of 2,300 years of history it captures only 150 years, with a huge emphasis on the holocaust
A very aducated tour of what happend to the Jews in Greece until world war 2. The enterance from the street is not very clear. Small iron door stand close you have to push a botton for the gurd to let you in.