A spectacular family adventure among the stunning sights of the Acropolis and the Ancient Agora!
Daily at 8:30 a.m
Come chase gods and heroes! This is a golden opportunity for families to explore the true roots of Greek mythology with a unique activity tour. You'll visit the city's most significant sites: the Acropolis (including the Parthenon, the Theater of Dionysus, the Temple of Athena Nike and the Erechtheion) and the Ancient Agora (birthplace of democracy and a hangout spot for Socrates and Plato), while learning about Greek gods and heroes in a fun and engaging way!
Looking for a Private Tour?
We offer all our tours as private and are happy to customize them for you!
● Explore world-renowned Athenian sites in a delightful tour designed for families
● See the one and only Acropolis, and the ancient Agora, from a mythological perspective
● Learn about Greek gods and heroes and find out what lies behind these ancient myths
● Have fun inside the Ancient Agora with an interactive activity inspired by ancient legends
● Enjoy spectacular views of the city
What you can expect
Get all your family involved in a tour exploring the magnificent "sacred Rock" of the Acropolis and the Ancient Agora, the functioning heart of the ancient metropolis.
Your guide will have plenty to tell you about the history and the legends of all the gods and heroes, such as almighty Zeus, Athena, Goddess of Wisdom, Poseidon, God of the Sea, Dionysus, God of Wineand many more. Through timeless myths you will explore the Theater of Dionysus, drama's first home; the resplendent Propylaea; the sacred Erechtheion; the Temple of Athena Nike and, of course, the magnificent Parthenon, perhaps the world's most iconic building. All this will come alive in a way that keeps everyone's attention and interest, kids and parents alike.
After you've discovered the secrets of the city's great promontory, you'll take a short walk downhill to reach ancient Athens' marketplace, the Ancient Agora, with its famed Temple of Hephaestus, decorated with depictions of the labors of Theseus and Hercules. This is the most perfectly preserved of Greece’s temples and one shared between Goddess Athena and Hephaestus, God of the Forge. You ‘ll hear more mythical stories about Theseus and the Minotaur, the jealous wife of Zeus, Hera and Aphrodite, Goddess of love and beauty.
Your family will also have a chance to retrace the steps of great thinkers such as Socrates and Plato, who used this space as a venue for spreading ideas and taking part in debates. This is where your guide will lead you in a group family activity that's based on the gods and heroes you've been hearing about, allowing your kids (and you!) to interact imaginatively with your very special surroundings! In the end not only will you understand what made this city and its Gods immortal and legendary, but you’ll also get to take back home a piece of history you ‘ll create together as a family!
Daily at 8:30 a.m
Up to 14 people
Good to know
Children between 12-18 need to present a valid identity card or passport to be entitled to free entry
Strollers and wheelchairs cannot be used throughout the tour and especially on the rock of the Acropolis and have to be left at the NORTH entrance of the Acropolis (not the south entrance which is used for this tour)
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Awards & Accolades
"A night you won’t forget!
Loved the different hidden treasures around the city serving up delicious Greek food and brilliant cocktails surrounded by the amazing nightlife. Our guide, Andreas was friendly and so much fun. This is something not to be missed!"
"We had one day in Athens while on a cruise. Our guides made history come alive and took us to many hidden treasures that most tourists would not see. Both of them spoke excellent English and were very enthusiastic and friendly. I would highly recommend this small, innovative, private tour company to anyone."
"Tania showed us to a variety of local gems around the city that we would have never found otherwise. It's a great way not only to learn about the local cuisine, but to get to know the different districts and discover where the locals hang out."