Kotsanas Museum of Ancient Greek Technology, Athens

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  • Visited this museum today all I can say is WOW!. It was an amazing experience. I have always admired the Ancient Greeks for their civilisation, inventions and ideas but this museum took my admiration....  more
    Visited this museum today all I can say is WOW!. It was an amazing experience. I have always admired the Ancient Greeks for their civilisation, inventions and ideas but this museum took my admiration....  more »
  • We recently visited the Archimedes Museum in Olympia, and found it to be interesting, so we decided to visit this museum and were glad we did. There are three small floors to explore, but each floor.....  more
    We recently visited the Archimedes Museum in Olympia, and found it to be interesting, so we decided to visit this museum and were glad we did. There are three small floors to explore, but each floor.....  more »
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  • Small and well curated museum. The ancient Greeks were so advanced with their tech! The museum have a great little display and it isn't exhausting to walk through like most museums as it is quite small. An hour will suffice. Many of the displays are interactive as well which makes it fun. The staff are super friendly and would love to explain everything.. The technology exhibition is great. The music and war ones not that interesting. War mainly had armours and nothing else. Would have loved to see catapults etc.
  • It is a perfect museum for those who learn in an interactive way and don't like long visits. Staff is amazing and keen to explain what the exhibition is about. You can read all the info on the cards adjacent to the item, but it's somehow more interesting when it's presented by a person. If Maria happens to be there when you visit, ask her to show you around. Our experience would be great anw, but because of her- it was awesome! It looks like a place that would be particularly appealing to children, but my husband and I loved it. I would definitely recommend

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