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Museum of Ancient Greek Technology, Athens

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Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Mon to Fri

  • Duration

    Spend as long as you wish

  • Start time

    10am to 6pm

  • Meeting Point

    Make your own way to Museum of Ancient Greek Technology, Pindarou 6, 106 71, Athens

  • Ending Point

Key Highlights

  • Learn about concepts of cutting-edge technology from ancient Greece
  • Browse through 300 working models based on ancient Greek designs
  • See the robot servant of Philon, the cinema of Heron, the automatic clock of Ktesibios, the analog computer of Antikythera
  • Meet the 'robot' servant of Philon, the cinema of Heron, the automatic clock of Ktesibios, the analog computer of Antikythera, and more
  • Get insights into ancient Greek's way of calculations, building structures and analysing sophisticated data
  • Both printed or smartphone vouchers accepted

Overview

See cutting-edge technology from ancient Greece and browse through models of Greek inventions that was way beyond its time. The Museum of Ancient Greek Technology houses over 300 operating models of cutting edge technology that shows the prowess of the Greeks in the field of science.

Did you know the Greeks were the first ones to invent cinema? When you visit the museum, you will see a replica of cinema of Heron with moving picture and sound. You will also come across a model of a early robot, an automatic clock and even an analog computer! 

Learn how the Greeks analysed sophisticated data and did complex mathematical calculation. You will also see vending machines and machines used to build tall structures with minimal manual labour. It's enough to change the world as you know it!

Inclusions

  • Access to the Museum of Ancient Greek Technology

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Voucher information: No need to print! You can show your voucher on your smartphone or other devices. (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)

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