Hellenic Motor Museum, Athens
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
The Hellenic Motor Museum is a car museum in Athens. It is owned by the Theodore & Joanna Charagionis' Foundation and opened in March 2011. It is located in the corner of Ioulianou & 3rd Septemvriou street, on the three top floors of the newly built Athenian Capitol shopping centre.Our Athens vacation trip planner makes visiting Hellenic Motor Museum and other Athens attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
The collection of the museum currently consists of 340 cars of which 112 are displayed periodically. The Museum offers many other facilities such as a Formula 1 simulator, a road safety educational programme for children and an amphitheatre/cinema with 3D technology.
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There are some rare cars in this central located museum. Voisin, Facel, Bristol and of course Ferraris and Lambos. Entrance (use the stairs) is a long display of wheels from B.C. to present. Cool. Hig... read more »
You can see a great vatiety from cars of all the eras! The ticket is low and the museum is well-organised and clead but with no air-conditioning!!
Это мой первый музей машин. Много впечатлений, эмоций... Есть коллекционные машины. Спускаясь с выставки воспользуетесь дорожкой.This is my first museum cars. Many impressions, emotions ... There are collectible cars. Descending from the exhibitions use track.show original
Personally, I thought it was a nice place to visit for a decent price of 5 euros. There was around 15 people other than us and that was over the hours we spent there. The museum is divided into three levels, all the cars are amazing and the videos displayed are engaging when you are with people you can enjoy discussing them with. My father (an enthusiastic car collector) was thrilled and made up 99% of the reasons we stayed so long there. Unless you really love cars, you won't spend over an hour and a half there max.
Great spot to spend a couple hours. I really enjoyed the museum. Setup really well. I don't understand when review say they couldn't find the exit. Its straight forward... Lots of cars and very well restored and kept clean. Some american vehicles but mostly European which makes sense. Only a couple Japanese cars. Overall great place. The museum shop actually sells parts from winning ferrari cars which is pretty cool! Expensive but rare. Also included certificates of authenticity.
Nicolai Bak Jensen
Hidden away in a shopping center there never became a thing, nice collection of cars, but they hadnt even turned on the lights for us for the first third of over walk through
Nice museum to see.
A must-visit museum if you like cars!
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