It appeared to us that the staff see who turns up and put on whatever they think is appropriate. This means it might not be what is advertised! On the morning we went there were only four visitors so the planetarium type screen we went for wasn't showing.
However we did get a show at their virtual reality set up - you sit in a small area with screens all around from floor to ceiling and see a show (our was about the Olympics) narrated by one of the staff. The guide who did ours spoke really excellent English and the technology was so good, we couldn't be cross about the change!
We then went to see an exhibition about the environment, and although it was obviously designed for younger families we did really enjoy it. The interactive exhibits all were designed and worked well and we learnt new things.
It's an easy walk from Kallithea station - you have to go through an industrial estate but it's not far.
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