How to find us

Address: 1, Tositsa St.
106 82 Athens

Telephone number: +30 210 8232950, +30 210 8847577

E-mail: ema@culture.gr

Access by public transport

Access to the Epigraphic Museum is possible by all public transport:

Metro  🚇

  • Line 1 (Kifissia – Piraeus): “Victoria” and “Omonia” stops.
  • Line 2 (Anthoupoli- Elliniko): “Omonia” stop.

Trolley (Electric yellow buses)   🚎

  • Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 13, 14, 15: “Polytechneion” stop.

City Buses   🚍

  • 022, 035, 054, 224, 608, Α7, Β5, Β12, Γ12: “Polytechneion” stop
  • Α8 και 622: “Museum” stop

Intercity Buses  🚐

  • The Epigraphic Museum is very close to the starting point for the intercity buses of the Prefecture of Attica (Pedion Areos, Mavromateon str.) and the “Pedion Areos” station of the intercity buses for Thessaloniki.

Visitors with disabilities

People with mobility problems can have access to all the museum exhibition halls through ramps and elevators with the exception of the upper gallery of the inner courtyard due to lack of elevator. Spaces are free of obstacles and the corridors’ width is over 1.5 m. according to specifications for accessibility.

The special sanitary area (WC) for people with mobility problems is in the Center for Epigraphic Studies – Temporary exhibitions of the Museum at a distance of 45 m. from the main entrance.

Visitors who are blind or partially sighted are allowed to touch a few selected exhibits. An information leaflet is available in braille script (Greek) for loan at the Reception.

Guide and assistance dogs accompanying visitors with disabilities are welcome.

For the best service of people with disabilities, it is recommended to contact with the Museum at least one day before the scheduled visit.

People with disabilities and their escort (the second as long as the disability is over 80%) from EU and non-EU countries are entitled to free admission with their proof of disability by the Ministry of Health or a medical report by a public body clearly  stating the disability and its percentage.