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The Museum of illusions in Athens is a different, contemporary museum in which guests are requested to touch the exhibits and are encoraged to take photos.In fact, you'll regret if you do not carry a camera fully charged and with memory space.

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Visit this museum if you like experiential entertainment.
Ιn a building with a total area of more than 400 sq. m. special designed rooms, installations, images and visual games designed to sharpen the mind and confuse the eye, will lead you to experience the impossible.

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Visiting this museum you will be thrilled because nothing is what it seems!

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Each of the exhibits is based on science, mathematics, biology and psychology, deceives and confuses our confidence in our own senses, stuns slightly, but at the same time astonishes and trains.
Amusing and awesome tricks will teach you about vision, perception, the human brain and science so it will be easier to perceive why your eyes see things which your brain cannot understand.

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Make sure you visit the playroom with intriguing and educational games and puzzles.
A real fitness center for your brain. These brain bashers are definitely great fun but tend to be frustrating as well.
Play with the brain teasers, puzzles, impossible knots, tricks and mathematical games as well as other educational concepts which will break your mind but simultaneously make you smarter.

It’s the place to be for new experiences and fun with friends and family, suitable and inspiring for children.

In the smart shop, you can buy Dilemma games, optical illusion, educational toys, wooden puzzles , 3D lightings and more. You try them out, ask questions, and choose something that is just right for you.

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Working hours:
Monday to Sunday
10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Museum captions: Greek and English
Ticket price:
Adults: 9€
Children (5 – 18 years): 6€
Students: 7€
Family: 23€* (includes2 adults
with 2 children 5 – 18 years)
Address: Astiggos 12 (a small street starting at Ermou 119)
Monastiraki-Athens
Phone: 2103238065
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More info at the official website

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Funded by the Eugenides Foundation, a scientific and educational institution, Athens' Planetarium is south eastern Europe's largest and most technologically advanced scientific cinema.

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The 280 seat domed venue takes visitors on a 3D virtual trip around the galaxy narrated in English as well as Greek. With its 150 projection systems, displays of space, planets and stars appear across the entire hemispherical ceiling, entirely immersing you in the film.

Athens Platenarium Eugenides Foundation

Current shows include titles such as 'Evolution', 'The Mystery of Life' and 'Space Garbage'. Check out the calendar of screenings to see what's new on the website. In addition to the space viewings, they also show historical films about Ancient Greece and current IMAX movies. The venue has disabled access with ramps and lifts to all floors as well as specially designed seating areas.

Best if you reserve your seats in advance. Call +30 210 9469600

 

 How to get there:

Take the Metro (Red Line) to Agios Dimitrios and get off at Sygrou-Fix station. Then take Bus No.126 till station "Trapeza" you can ask the driver. In 3 min walk you will reach the Planetarium. Ticket 1.20€ per person/one way

Or you can take taxi (up to 4 persons) that should cost around  8€ one way

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To put ruins and museums into perspective, take a virtual-reality trip to Ancient Greece at the futuristic Foundation for the Hellenic World, about 2km southwest of the city centre.

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The Tholos virtual-reality theatre takes you on an interactive tour of the Ancient Agora or allows you to get a feel for life in ancient Athens.
The Kivotos time machine has 3D floor-to-ceiling screens with a live guide taking you through ancient Olympia and Miletus.
Find out more on http://www.fhw.gr/cosmos/index.php?id=1&&lg=_en and keep in mind that for some inexplicable reason ... the website is far below than the show!

How to get there:
Buses: 049 (Piraeus-Omonoia) stop ATHENS SCHOOL of FINE ARTS
914 (Omonoia-Piraeus-Palaia Kokkinia) stop ATHENS SCHOOL of FINE ARTS

254 Pireos street,Tavros (Next to the Athens School of Fine Arts)
Telephone: +30 212 254 0000

Winter (October 1st to June 12th).
Monday: closed
Tuesday - Wednesday – Thursday: 09:00 - 13:30
Friday: 09:00 - 20:00
Saturday: 11:00 - 16:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 18:00 /
Summer (June 13th to September 30th).
Monday: closed
Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday – Friday: 10:00 - 15:00
Saturday: 11:00 - 15:00
Sunday: 10:00 - 15:00

Per show: Adults €5-10 / Children €3-8,
Day pass: Adults €15 / Children €12
Sunday educational programms €8,5

http://www.hellenic-cosmos.gr

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