About The Agora Museum – Athens
The Agora Museum displays finds and artefacts from the site of the Ancient Agora of Athens. It is also located within the reconstructed ancient building of the Stoa of Attalos.
Originally constructed in the mid-second century BC, the Stoa of Attalos – once a popular shopping precinct and meeting place – is named after the king who built it, Attalos II of Pergamum.
For those visiting the Ancient Agora of Athens, the Agora Museum is a good place to start as it helps you make sense of the ruins with models of how the site would once have looked.
The Acropolis is one of the most recognisable historic sites in the world and remains an inspirational monument to the achievements of Ancient Greek civilisation.
The Parthenon is probably the most famous surviving site from Ancient Greece and is a monument to Classical Greek civilisation.
The Acropolis Museum is a museum of Ancient Greece and general Athenian history.
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