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The Jewish Museum of Greece

39 Nikis, Athens 105 57, Greece
+30 21 0322 5582
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A Walking Tour of Jewish Athens
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  • Excellent57%
  • Very good32%
  • Average8%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible0%
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“greek jews” (11 reviews)
“during wwii” (7 reviews)
“nikis street” (4 reviews)
LOCATION
39 Nikis, Athens 105 57, Greece
Syntagma
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+30 21 0322 5582
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Reviewed 2 days ago

A relatively small place but very well organized. Hear of the long history and the tragedy of WW2 with 90% of the Jewish population destroyed.

Thank travelalot1955
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a lovely museum. Well worth the time. Not always on the list of what to do in Athens but I suggest adding it. Staff is helpful and friendly and speak English perfectly.

Thank SJGCLT
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The is a small but beautiful museum. It's very easy to miss as the only sign is a small plaque next to the door. The entrance itself looks like that of an apartment but once you pass security you enter a much more expansive space....More

Thank warrioreco
Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

Good visit, I was completely by myself so I could really read all documentation, and watch the movie (a bit long, 1h30!!) but very interesting and emotional. Interesting overall, especially about the figures and some cities' Jew communities who suffered during WWII.

1  Thank Pauline J
Reviewed 15 March 2017

The Jewish Museum had some very interesting exhibits and it was great to learn about the history of Jews in Greece. It was a former synagogue. The staff was amazing and answered our questions about the area and history of Jews in Athens. It is...More

Thank RenandIssey
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

Very comprehensive exhibit about the history of the Greek Jewish community The video testimonies of Holocaust survivors and how the were saved by righteous Greeks are truly moving, as are the Holocaust exhibits.

Thank shimon s
Reviewed 26 January 2017

Literally. The museum is hard to find, with the entrance hidden behind a small steel door at no. 39 Nikis street. Once you pass security, you enter the museum space. The museum itself is set out over 10 different levels, each one a small section...More

Thank dberis
Reviewed 1 January 2017

We find it nice to connect to the local Jewish community whenever we travel, and this is an excellent way to learn about the community of Athens and Greece. It has a small but representative collection of artifacts (Jewish ritual objects, books, clothing) from the...More

Thank ThornhillFam
Reviewed 30 September 2016 via mobile

For those of us who know little about the Sfardic or Romaniot traditions or the history of the Jews of Greece during World war two, this is a beautiful museum with attractive displays. Enjoyed it immensely and bought CDs for the grandchildren.

Thank sallyws
Reviewed 23 September 2016 via mobile

I found the Jewish Museum of Greece by chance ( whilst walking through to Plaka from Syntagma Sq.) Was most impressed with the way historical Jewish artifacts of the Greek community were displayed. Of special note was the cinema which showed a documentary of the...More

Thank JulianManchesterUK
Nearby
Syntagma
Perhaps the best place to get your bearings is
Syntagma Square, crowned by the imposing Parliament
building on its upper side and surrounded by other
large structures, such as the exclusive Hotel Grande
Bretagne. The grand avenues that lead towards Omonia
are also full of massive Neoclassical edifices like
the Numismatic Museum and those around smaller Platia
Kolokotroni. Here you will find lots of travel agents,
...More
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David V
Is it open on the 25th and/or the 26th of December? Thanks!
21 December 2016|
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Response from SaintClair1986 | Reviewed this property |
Dear traveller. Usually all museums and sightseeing are closed on 25-26 th December because Christmas is public holiday. You must check the web sites of the museum you are likely to visit to see if there are holiday... More
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