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In 1964, the Hellenic State decided to found the War Museum, wishing to honor all those who fought for our country and its freedom.The design of the museum was undertaken by a team of distinguished scientists, headed by Professor Thoukidides...more
Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Rizari 2 | near Syntagma Square, Athens 106 75, Greece
All reviews ancient times greek history armed forces fighter jets military personnel on display english descriptions different eras recent history chronological order interesting exhibits free admission worth a visit modern history great collection syntagma square walk up
I really enjoyed this museum, it is organized in chronological order from the neolitical basic swords, to the persian invasion, greek war of independence, world wars etc. Really worth spending a few hours there.
I’m glad I visited this museum, as it provides a lot of interesting detail. The museum has a large amount of weapons used during conflicts that involved Europe and Greece. The museum goes back in time and flows in chronological order. Weapons on display include...More
This is Excellent for Adults or Children easy to spend 2/3 hours or more loads to see outside all the way round,
Planes, Helicopter, Guns,Tanks all outside, loads of rooms 2/3 floors, from the Spartans to present day.
I mean "Loads" of rooms set out...More
The War Museum in Athens operates under the auspices of the Ministry of Defence and has conscripts working in the admittance desk. Most alluring exhibits are the fighters in the front yard. You can see an F-104 Starfighter served with the Hellenic Airforce, as well...More
the museum holds a collection starting from the neolitic to modern ages. neolitic and bronze age exhibition is very limited. there are some items from ancient greece, partly reconstructed. most of the museum dedicated to modern greek history, namely the war of independence, WWi, WWIi...More
A wonderful place to spend a quality time among the artefacts of Greece history.
The lighting, the arrangement, the descriptions, and the environment all well designed which makes you feel the history flowing around you while you walk the lane if history.
A must see...More
Watch your change. I was short-changed for €20 and did not realize it untill later. Gave €50 recieved €26. Ticket is €4. Minus 4 stars for that.
Mostly modern war museum. They have two small exhibitions from ancient Greece that I went for. One with...More
Seriously good museum if you are interested in history. There are military planes in the back courtyard and inside there are heaps of exhibits from ancient wars to the Cyprus conflict with Turkey. Entry is cheap and the soldiers on the desk are helpful -...More