The Goulandris Museum of Natural History is a museum in Kifisia, a northeastern suburb of Athens, Greece. It was founded by Angelos Goulandris and Niki Goulandris in 1965 in order to promote interest in the natural sciences, to raise the awareness of the public, in general, and in particular to call its attention to the need to protect Greece's natural wildlife habitats and species in the danger of extinction.
The museum includes large collections of insects, mammals, birds, reptiles, shells, rocks, minerals and fossils, from the rich natural wildlife of the Greek territory. The botanical collections number over 200.000 species of plants, among which there are 145 newly discovered ones, which have been recorded thanks to the museum's research.
Mon - Sun: 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Sun: 10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Closed on public holidays.
Full ticket: €6
Reduced ticket: €4
Official Website https://www.gnhm.gr/the-museum/
Phone +30 210 8015870
Address Levidou 13, Kifissia 14562, Greece
Coordinates 38°4'27.462" N 23°48'53.114" E