Organise your visit

Nikis 39, Athens 105 57

T. 210 32 25 582

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 09.00 – 14.30

Sunday: 10.00 – 14.00

Saturday: Closed



Adults: 10€

Students: 8€

over 65 years: 8€

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Group/Private Guided Tour

The Jewish Museum of Greece offers the possibility to schedule private or group guided tours (up to 25 people) in the spaces of its permanent collection and temporary exhibitions.

Interested individuals can make an electronic reservation, subject to availability.

Guided tours are available in both English and Greek, and the cost for the organized tour is 100 Euros.

For more information, you can contact either by phone: (0030) 2103225582 or via email:

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School Visits

The Jewish Museum of Greece offers guided tours for groups of up to 30 students from Primary and Secondary Education. Following coordination with the educator, the visit can be combined with an educational program provided by the Museum. For information on the offered educational programs, see details here.

Guided tours are conducted from Monday to Friday and Sunday during the hours of 10:30 to 12:00 and 12:00 to 13:30.

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Educational Programs

The Department of Educational Programs at the Jewish Museum of Greece designs and implements educational programs based on the thematic sections of its permanent collection and temporary exhibitions. These programs are tailored to the age-specific needs of students in Primary and Secondary Education.

The design aims to introduce children and adolescents to the history, culture, and religion of the Jews in Greece. These programs are available for groups of up to 30 individuals and are conducted daily from Monday to Friday during the hours of 10:30 to 11:30 and 12:30 to 13:30.

You can find information on the available programs here.

Programs for Families & Children

Will be announced soon


The Jewish Museum of Greece is located at 39 Nikis Street, in the center of Athens, very close to both the historical and the commercial center. The renovated neoclassical building of the Museum is easy to find, as Nikis Street is parallel to the central – and busy – Filellini and Amalia Streets, which in turn are very close to Syntagma Square.


By Metro

The easiest way to come to the Museum. Get off at Syntagma station and look for Mitropoleos Street, at the bottom of the square, where the shops are. Nikis Street is the first diagonal of the Metropolis. Follow it to the left to number 39, which is only a 3-minute walk away.

By bus or trolley

Several bus and trolley lines serve you, depending on the area you are starting from. Ask for those who stop at Syntagma or Philhellenion. In the first case, follow the instructions above. In the second case, get off at the “Russian Church” and immediately turn right into a small pedestrian street (Kydathinaion). Turn immediately right again and you will find the Museum on your right hand.

By tram

The Museum is served by line 1, Zappeio-Neo Faliro. Go down to Syntagma and, turning your back on the National Garden, cross Amalia Avenue. The first parallel is Filellinon and the second Nikis street. The Museum should now be on your left.

On foot after a walk in Plaka or Monastiraki

If you walk in these neighborhoods it is impossible not to find Adrianou, one of the most touristic streets of Plaka. Follow her until you meet Kydathinaion. Turn your back on the Acropolis and walk along Kydathinaion until you find Victory Street – about 4 minutes. You will find the Jewish Museum across the street to your left.