14 Kydathineon Street
105 58 Athens, Greece
+30 210 331 2995
NileGuide Expert tip:
The large team of staff and volunteers frequently coordinate special events and educational walks throughout the year. Call or email for an up to date program.
The Hellenic Children's museum was founded in 1987 by a group of experts in child development with the philosophy that direct experiences and entertainment support learning. Located in a restored neoclassical building in historic Plaka, it is dedicated to children from four to twelve years of age with a large number of hands-on interactive exhibits. While much of the written information is in Greek, there's plenty of activities that require no language at all and allow kids to play, research, think, experiment, create and observe.
*Read the NileGuide Local Flavor Blog
featuring the Hellenic Children's Museum's start of the 2010/2011 season for a more in-depth look at what they do.