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Temple of Artemis

Vravrona 19003, Greece
+30 2299 027020
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Half-Day Tour Tranquil Attica Countryside: The Temple of Artemis in Brauron
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Vravrona 19003, Greece
+30 2299 027020
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A wonderful addition to your collection of Greek antiquities and Temples. Every bit as impressive as the Temple of Poseidon at Sounion. The Vravrona Museum and Temple of Artemis is located in rich farmland area surrounded by lovely trees and vegetation. A great deal of...More

Thank Jerry C
Reviewed 9 August 2017

The same time we visited the museum of Vravrona that's at the same location as the Temple of Artemis . An amazing place about half an our outside of Athens. It's really worth going.

Thank Anne-Marie D
Reviewed 4 July 2017

This is well worth a visit. Even though it covers only a small area, it is a lovely, peaceful site (especially if you have it to yourself and not a coach load) with a great history which you should check out before you go. Really...More

Thank DJKJ123
Reviewed 8 May 2017

If you want to visit areas nearby Athens, do not miss Vravrona! Beautiful Temple of Artemis, Archaeological museum, Bird watching, Beaches for all tastes, ancient huge fig trees, fields with vein trees and vegetables- it's all there!

Thank Dimitris P
Reviewed 21 April 2017

Well worth the visit, as much for the important antiquities, as for the unspoiled scenery which offers you an immersion in the Attica landscape of times past. Peace and quiet prevail in this off-the-beaten-track archaeological site. As it lies on the mouth of the small...More

Thank mantziouf
Reviewed 1 December 2016

Went to this site while visiting the museum for a university trip. In the past trips this site had not been open but now the public is able to enter and have a wander around the site. It is incredibly peaceful and well worth a...More

Thank RachaelMildenhall
Reviewed 24 October 2016

The museum and the archeological site give you very strange impressions and make you wonder for many things. There is elevator in order the museum to be wheelchair accessible but the elevator is out of operation. There is an automatic vending machine but it is...More

2  Thank ThanosFot
Reviewed 11 June 2016

Unfortunately very little remained of the Temple. On top of that it was not a good idea to set a metal(???) walkway to walk around the Temple. I was under the impression I am buying a poor imitation of possible emotions... You have to know...More

1  Thank Serzin
Reviewed 5 June 2016

The picture above isn't the actual temple, but the more dramatic parts of the ruins. The site has history going back to 1000+ BC with early graves, ruins of temple, stoa, stone bridge, spring and early Christian basilica. The site has it's own well maintained...More

1  Thank David W
Reviewed 29 May 2016 via mobile

Just so happens the day I get there its sunday and closed.Luckily you can get some shots from the road so all is not lost.It looked in good shape though.

Thank Steven R
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11 September 2015|
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Response from SophiaSeriouslyNow | Reviewed this property |
The Temple is 16km from Rafina and it takes about 20-30mins to get there from Rafina
11 May 2015|
Response from StefanAlv | Reviewed this property |
Good afternoon from Athens. I just called the museum. The visiting hours are 8:30 - 15:00 Tuesday - Sunday indeed and they apply BOTH to the museum and the archaeological site of Brauron. If you need further info, I ll be... More