December 22, 2007

Ground floor of New Acropolis Museum opens to the public

Posted at 1:46 pm in Greece Archaeology, New Acropolis Museum

For the first time, members of the public (as opposed to invited visitors) have been able to enter part of the New Acropolis Museum & look around the ground floor of it.

Kathimerini (English Edition)

Saturday December 22, 2007 – Archive
In Brief

Ground floor opens to public, remainder will be ready in late 08

An area on the ground floor of the new Acropolis Museum will be open to the public from this morning. Artifacts that were found during the construction of the museum have been put on display, including ancient homes and workshops that will be visible through clear glass floors. The area, which is free to enter, will remain open every day, apart from holidays, from 10 a.m. to noon from today until March 31 next year. The remainder of the museum will not be open to the public until later next year.

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