National Museum of Contemporary Art
The National Museum of Contemporary Art is the only state museum in Athens dealing with Greek and international contemporary art. The museum’s collection consists of the works of art of Greek and foreign artists and is housed at the remainder section of the old factory of Fix brewery in Athens.
Address: Kallirrois Avenue & Amvrosiou Frantzi Str, Athens
Goulandris Museum, Athens
In an 11 storey building, totalling 7.250 sqm, you shall find works of art from great names of the modern European avant-garde as well as works by distinguished names of Greek avant-garde painting.
Address: 13, Eratosthenous Str., Athens
National Gallery of Athens
With more than 20.000 artworks, the National Gallery in Athens was established in 1900 and is considered the most important art museum in Greece. It stands out particularly for its nineteenth and twentieth century Greek painting and sculpture collection. The numerous art forms are exposed chronologically, and include paintings, sculptures, engravings, drawings and many other varieties from the post-Byzantine years to the present day.
Address: 50 Vasileos Konstantinou Avenue, Athens
Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall
Megaron, the Athens Concert Hall, a multifunctional cultural centre of high standards and one of the few in the world, is dedicated to art and education. You definitely need to experience its unique acoustics during a concert in its central stage.
Address: Vassilissis Sophias Avenue & Kokkali, Athens
Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center – The National Opera
The year 2017 was an important date for the Greek National Opera as it was then that it was relocated to the modern building of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Centre. It is here that the National Opera was given the opportunity to expand its varied functions as an artistic and educational institution: opera, ballet, experimental projects, shows for children, educational programs, preparation of the next generation of dancers and charitable events are amongst its many functions.
Address: 364 Syggrou Avenue, Kallithea
Odeon of Herodes Atticus
The Odeon of Herodes Atticus is a stone theatre structure located on the southwest slope of the Acropolis of Athens, Greece. The building was built between 160 and 174 AD by Herodes Atticus, philosopher and descendant of an old Athenian family/ Since 1955, when the Festival of Athens started, the stage of the Oden of Herodes Atticus has hosted top names of the international and Greek music scene, dance and theatre. You will be lucky to attend a concert or theatre performance here during your stay in Athens as it will certainly be a memorable experience!
Address: Dionysiou Areopagitou Str, Athens