Museum of Folk Art and Tradition

Local nameΜουσείο Λαϊκής Τέχνης και Παράδοσης
LocationAthens, Greece

The Museum of Greek Folk Art is a museum in Athens, Greece. The museum was founded in 1918 as the Museum of Greek Handicrafts in the Tzistarakis Mosque in Monastiraki, which later became the National Museum of Decorative Arts and in 1959 it obtained its current name. In 1973 the greater part of the collection and the main functions of the museum were moved to 17 Kydathinaion Str. in Plaka and the mosque was annexed to it. Other annexes are the old "Public Baths" at Kyrristou 8 and one at Thespidos 8, both also in Plaka.

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Opening hours

Tue - Sun: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Admission

Full ticket: €2
Reduced ticket (seniors 65+, students from outside EU): €1
People under 19, EU students: free

Free admission: 6 Mar, 5 Jun, 18 Apr, 18 May, The last weekend of Sep, every first Sunday from 1 Nov to 31 Mar, national holidays.

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museum_of_Greek_Folk_Art

Official Website http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/1/eh151.jsp?obj_id=3319

Phone +30 21 0324 3972

Address Kydathinaion 13-21 Athens 10558, Greece

Coordinates 37°58'21.418" N 23°43'51.641" E

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