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Museum of Cycladic Art

4 Douka Neofitou, Athens 106 74, Greece
+30 21 0722 8321
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The Museum of Cycladic Art is a private living cultural institution in the heart of Athens. More than 3.000 objects of Cycladic, Ancient Greek and Cypriot art (dating from the 5th millennium BC to the 6th century AD) are displayed in the galleries of the four floors of the Museum of Cycladic Art. This summer the museum also hosts two contemporary art exhibitions by artists Jannis Kounelis and Ugo Rondinone. The museum can be accessed either from the entrance from the Stathatos Mansion (1 Irodotou Str & Vasilissis Sofias Avenue) or from the entrance at 4 Neofytou Douka Str & Vasilissis Sofias Avenue.
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“daily life” (25 reviews)
“ai weiwei” (19 reviews)
“four floors” (18 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
4 Douka Neofitou, Athens 106 74, Greece
Kolonaki / Lykavittos
+30 21 0722 8321
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Reviewed 2 days ago

There are two extraordinary features about the iconic statues and figurines included in this magnificent collection: firstly that the same figure was reproduced in virtually identical form across so many centuries and in so many different locations, and secondly that these 5,000 year old works...More

Thank Belgo96
Reviewed 3 days ago

The four floors of this very good museum present the history and culture of the Cycladic Islands in many ways: exhibits, artifacts, sound, and film. The collection is very good and well-presented. The gift shop has a good selection of unusual items.

Thank mrsirin
Reviewed 5 days ago

This is a well curated collection with some helpful video material. Best to start at the top floor and work down since the top floor describes the history, lifestyle and rituals.

Thank isobelm904
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Such a mysterious people - I was fascinated and saw similarities between the most ancient Cycladic art and that in Africa and the Pacific Islands. The museum also includes pieces from Crete and from later periods of ancient Greece and has a very nice (although...More

Thank Karen H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The museum hosts some truly stunning artefacts and statues not found elsewhere. I am very happy I chose to visit it!

Thank Mandy M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One of the best-preserved colections I have seen. It also hosted a great external exhibition of he sculptor Awi. Nice spend Sunday afternoon.

Thank Irina P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Don't let the title of the museum put you off. Go here first. Take the lift to the top floor ' 'Ancient Greece- scenes from daily life in antiquity' and you can make sense of everything else that you see; the Acropolis, the Agora, ancient...More

Thank Munslowboy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very good museum about Cycladic, Cypiot and Greek art. Superb figurines and their evolution along time.

Thank Piecho-Santos
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a museum that has stunning pieces of Cycladic artefacts. Superb statues grace the many great halls, unique gold jewellery, masks, pottery, implements etc etc.

Thank Aragorn3149
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I figured I was going to Mykonos and Santorini, so I should check out this museum. It is not overwhelmingly large and the exhibits which span 4 floors and very well presented. Happy I chose to have a visit. Not often do to get to...More

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home to most of the chic boutiques and designer label
stores. Here, the wealthy say no to austerity by
dressing in their finest and spending hours in the
trendy cafés around Kolonaki Square, sipping the most
expensive coffee in Europe. The area also contains a
couple of notable museums and cultural institutions,
which add to the air of nobility. The leafy upper
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23 April 2017|
Response from Best4thebest | Reviewed this property |
7€ except Mondays but check the website for additional tickets to special events.
14 February 2017|
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Response from 113qwerty | Reviewed this property |
I checked the webpage and it seems that Easter Day and Easter Monday it will be closed.
Toni W
27 September 2016|
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Response from Hampt | Reviewed this property |
I distinctly remember the exit being wheelchair friendly & many lifts internally .