You may spend as long as you wish
Open between 8am and 6:30pm.
Last admission: 30 minutes before closing.
Acropolis and Parthenon (Archaeological Area), 10555, Athens
Enjoy skip-the-line entrance to The Acropolis, discover this ancient Greek wonder, see the Parthenon – the most famous ancient Greek temple ever built, dedicated to Athena, the goddess of war – and enjoy stunning views of the city from the rocky outcrop.
The Acropolis has confounded researchers for centuries and, still, no one's entirely sure how they did it! Take a leisurely tour of the legendary Acropolis, a 5th century BC temple complex in Athens and make your way to the Parthenon, a temple that rests on the rocky outcrop of the Acropolis.
Feel your jaw drop in the Dionysus Theater and enjoy the serene silence of the Sanctuary. Soak in humbling panoramic views from the rocky precipice and be sure to wear anti-slip footwear! The 5th century BC surroundings weren't designed for high heels.
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!)
After passing the security check take the Expedited Line to get you smartphone ticket scanned.
All visitors will be subject to a baggage check. To avoid delays, please avoid carrying large bags and luggage into the museum
To enjoy your visit more, be sure to wear comfortable non-slippery walking shoes! The floor of the Acropolis is very ancient, and millions of people walk on it every year, which can become dangerous with the wind.
Long queue to purchase tickets at the Acropolis so probably saved us 10-15 minutes
It is an amazing experience. The staff up at the Acropolis are definitely not the friendliest humans but the venue is epic!!
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