Aristophanes Games & Acropolis Museum

The treasures of the Acropolis Museum, combined with a fun-filled activity in Plaka!


2.5 hours


Mon-Sun, upon request


english, french

Looking for a more interesting way to see some of the highlights of Athens and play games inspired by ancient Greek art and culture? Here's an experience you won't want to miss. Take a quick, fun tour of the Acropolis Museum and then engage in some amusing and original activities, based on the comedies of ancient playwright Aristophanes, involving teamwork, imagination and quick thinking.

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  • Tour the Acropolis Museum, one of the top ten museums in the world

  • Play original games that you’ve never done before, all connected to ancient Athens

  • Explore hidden corners of Plaka and enjoy professional storytelling performances

  • Learn about Aristophanes, the greatest Greek comic playwright, and find out why his work is still relevant today

What you can expect

Your activity starts at the Acropolis Museum, where you'll have a chance to learn about the architecture and the construction of this outstanding museum, rated among the top ten museums in the world. You'll also find out about Classical Athens during its Golden Age and the social, political and philosophical factors that led to Athens becoming a superpower, and you'll view one of the great cultural treasures in the world, the Parthenon Marbles.

After the visit to the museum, you'll have the chance to explore the charming district of Plaka, the city's oldest neighborhood, and take part in two super fun activities based on the comedies of Aristophanes. The works of this great playwright, which deal with issues of governmental power, civic responsibility and human nature are more relevant than ever, considering the current social and economic situation, not only in Athens but on a global level.

These activities take place in corners of Plaka far from the beaten path, where you a professional storyteller will give a short performance based on the comedies of Aristophanes. Then you will be split in teams to work together – and against each other - to complete tasks inspired by these wonderful ancient stories. The quickest and most imaginative team will be the winner!

In the end, you'll have gained a greater understanding of the principles and lifestyle of Ancient Greece in an interactive, educational and thoroughly enjoyable manner!

Practical info

2.5 hours
english, french
Mon-Sun, upon request

Good to know

  • The Museum part of this activity can be replaced with a guided visit to the Acropolis if you wish

What's included

  • Professional storyteller
  • Licensed English-speaking guide
  • Supporting props & materials for the activities

Not included

  • Entry fees
  • Food and/or drinks
  • Transfers from/to the starting point of the tour
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You'll love:

This uniquely fun approach to learning about the culture of ancient Greece and the picturesque neighborhood of Plaka.

Aristophanes Games & Acropolis Museum

Awards & Accolades


"A perfect day. Alternative Athens is very fortunate to have such gifted guides!"

taiter – Orkney

"Your food tour was one of the best we have been on and we have been on at least a dozen in Europe and the States. We will talk fondly about this tour in the future and it will be the standard of excellence that we will compare other food tours to."

Janholis – Italy

"I really enjoyed this tour through Athens. Our guide was super friendly and knew a lot of background information of all the street art we saw. It was a great addition to my trip and something very different after a few days of temples and history"

Iris S-Rotterdam