This tour consists of visits to four of the most important museums in Greece, two of which are World Heritage listed: the Acropolis Museum and the Benaki Museum.
The Acropolis Museum is one of the most important and esteemed museums in the world where it is possible to admire the masterpieces of the ancient world and to visit the many rooms including the room of the Acropolis from the Archaic period, the room of the Parthenon, the room of the Kliton (obliquity).
The National Archeological Museum is the biggest museum in Greece with more than 11,000 works of art. It is a panorama of the Ancient Greek civilization and also contains collections from Ancient Egypt as well as ancient oriental art.
The Benaki Museum has more than 40,000 works of art representing a long period of history ranging from Ancient Greece to contemporary 20th century Greek art. It also includes important Chinese, Pre-Colombian and Islamic collections.
The Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art was founded in 1986 and contains artifacts from the Cycladic islands dating back from the Early to Middle Bronze Age (3rd millenium BC). It also contains art pertaining to the Bronze Age (2nd millenium BC) and to the Post-Roman period (4th century AD).