National Archaeological Museum
The National Archaeological Museum was constructed at the end of the 19th century by 2 German architects (L. Lange and Ernst Ziller) and is one of the most famous museums of Athens. It is located in the heart of the city and is housed in a modern neoclassical building. Originaly it was created to host exhibits from the 19th century excavations, mostly from Attica region but proggresively hosted more than 1000 exhibits from all over the country in an exhibition space of 8000 square meters. Due to its space, it is the biggest museum in Greece in which the audience will make a journey through the Greek civilization, from the dawn of the prehistoric era to the late antiquity (archaic years)
The National Archaeological Museum is located in 44 Patision street, Exarchia, about 30 minutes walking distance from the O&B Athens Boutique Hotel.
National Archaeological Museum of Athens: www.namuseum.gr