Immerse kids in ancient Greek history, mythology and culture through play in the very place where it all happened: the grounds of the Ancient Agora.

By Maria Kostaki and Stef

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

Photo: Thomas Gravanis

What’s the verdict?
“I loved to learn about the 12 gods, but now I’ve forgotten about them,” says Stef, a week or so after the tour. “Can we go back to that nice lady so she can tell me again?” Even though I grew up in Athens, I learned plenty of new things myself. Our cultural experience ends with a visit to the Museum of the Ancient Agora, which is great for little kids with a shorter attention span. It’s small and they get to see the artefacts that have been dug up from the place where they have literally just walked. This tour is a fun way to introduce your kids to ancient Greece and to let them wander about in a natural setting, especially if they are restless types. It’s much better than dragging them around the ancient sites yourself. 


Book the tour:
Tour provider: Greeking.me
Duration: Roughly 1.5 hours
Cost: This is a private tour, starting at €45 per person, free for kids up to 10 years old. Tickets to enter the Ancient Agora are not included (€8).  
Time: Will be set when you book.

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