It is a worldwide fact that almost half of the Parthenon sculptures are in the British Museum in London, the result of the monument’s looting by the crews of Thomas Bruce, Lord of Elgin, in the early 19th century. There are, however, smaller fragments, and also other antiquities of the Acropolis, which today are scattered across European Museums. But how did they get there, what were their adventures and who starred in them? The Museum’s archaeologists invite you to discover together with them the answers to all these mysteries and the ‘unknown’, stories of the dispersal of some of the most important works of the Acropolis.
||every Sunday, 11 a.m.
||every Sunday, 1 p.m.
||Free. An admission ticket is required for adults and a free admission ticket for children. Read more about ticket prices.
||Refer to the Information Desk on the day of the tour. Limited to 30 visitors. First-in first-served.
It is recommended to make your registration before ticket issuance.
Group bookings (more than 10 persons) are not allowed.
Presentations are carried out with the use of whisper guide system headsets provided at the Information Desk after delivering temporarily an official identification document (Identity Card, Passport or Driver's License).
|Health protection measures
||Read about the Museum's health protection measures.