EUREKA Exhibition of Ancient Greek Technology - Herakleidon Museum

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EUREKA Exhibition of Ancient Greek Technology - Herakleidon Museum
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The museum consists of two separate buildings, 150 meters distance from each other. In Apostolou Pavlou street, war technology of ancient Greeks is illustrated via models, including Trireme, the famous Athenian war ship, catapults, siege towers, walls, armors, light weapons and even canons. Meanwhile in Herakleidon street, you can see a small collection of Automata from the Hellenistic period of Alexandria, Egypt. Automata are machines or tools that move or function with no obvious cause. A large scale functional model of Antikythera Mechanism, the first analogue computer, is also available made from plexiglass so one can see the mechanism itself.
  • 10-minute walk from the Acropolis Museum, 8 minutes from the Ancient Agora
  • Explore the functional model of Antikythera Mechanism
  • Learn about Therapaenis, an ancient Greek robot-servant
  • Unique activities for the entire family
  • Travel 3,500 years back in History to see what Thorax really was
  • Includes
    Entrance to both buildings with one ticket (Present Pass on Arrival)
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    37 Apostolou Pavlou str, Athens, 118 51 and 16 Herakleidon str., Athens, 118 51
    Important Notes
    Tickets must be redeemed at any of the two buildings. Please have your iVenture Card present.
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