Das Museum für kykladische Kunst (griechisch Μουσείο Κυκλαδικής Τέχνης Mousio Kykladikis Technis) ist ein Museum in Athen. Der wichtigste Teil der Ausstellung widmet sich der Kunst der Kykladenkultur und der Vorgeschichte Zyperns. Träger ist die N. P. Goulandris Foundation.
Die Kunstsammler Nicholas und Dolly Goulandris zeigten ihre Sammlung von Kykladenidolen erstmals 1978 in einer Ausstellung im Athener Benaki-Museum. Aufgrund des großen öffentlichen Interesses wanderte die Sammlung danach durch verschiedene Museen Europas, Amerikas und Asiens. Als Nicholas Goulandris 1983 starb, übertrug Dolly Goulandris die gesamte Sammlung der neugegründeten N. P. Goulandris Foundation. Seit 1986 ist sie im von Ernst Ziller entworfenen Megaro Stathatou im Athener Stadtteil Kolonaki untergebracht, an das zu diesem Zweck ein Neubau angeschlossen wurde.
|Montag||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Mittwoch||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Donnerstag||10:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
|Freitag||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Samstag||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sonntag||11:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Michael Printzos | Jan. 28, 2018
One of the best choices to visit when in Athens. A unique collection of Cycladic art in addition to a number of exhibitions taking place around the year and outside the permanent one. Great place also to have a light snack. Nice kids programmes and a handful of nicely curated objects on the museum's gift shop.
Peter Heyns | Feb. 6, 2018
An Athenian gem! One of the best musea I have ever seen. Not on the beaten track of the tourist must-see places in Athens. Therefor pretty quiet which is so appropriate when you admire, inspect er even worship (!) these solemn statues. Suddenly Athenian bustling traffic has disappeared and you find yourself in a mysterious world of tranquility and peace.
Peter Willis | Nov. 19, 2017
Really good exhibits on four floors, plus a temporary exhibit on ground floor. Super classy place, seems to have a nice restaurant or cafe. Has a coat and bag check. The main museum and temp exhibit are separate fees, but both were great. Includes a video on final floor - lots to read here, plan for 2 hours or more
Michalis Stoupakis | März 2, 2018
I only visited the café. Excellent service and nice quiet atmosphere. Dishes seemed interesting but I didn't taste any of them. Just a typical museum café. Smoking was not allowed inside.
761 7447 | Jan. 24, 2018
This museum is gem. Not to be missed. Beautifully curated and displayed. The cafe is very nice with view of garden.
Eleni Christidou | März 15, 2018
As a museologist I would highly recommend this museum. Not only because of its rich permanent collection, but because of the stunning display, amazing temporary exhibitions and it s super cozy cafe. If you have more time to spend in Athens, then the educational programs offered by the museum (mostly in weekends) are totally worth it for the entire family. check my exhibition reviews #critiqueasamuseumgeek
benedetta mariani | Apr. 4, 2018
Very interesting and complete museum. Interesting temporary exhibitions on ground floor. A little difficult to find. Enjoyed it very much.
Ron Schroeder | Apr. 26, 2018
Well laid out, it takes one on a nice progression of history of Greek culture with some very fine pottery examples.
Stefan Rots | Juni 12, 2018
Me and my friend really liked this museum. It was particularly enjoyable because the plaques and descriptions did not reference the plethora of ancient Greek names and places. It was also free for us as either students or under 18 years (not sure which it was). We did not see the temporary exhibit of the American artist due to the museum closing, which was disappointing. It's also close to some nice restaurants.
Fabrizio Iozzi | Mai 23, 2018
Beautiful and very well organized museum. Start from the top, where an interesting exhibition about life in ancient times. Then go down to see many wonderful artworks. Cafeteria is quite good (but not cheap). 3 hrs at least
Felice Kindness | Juni 14, 2018
A very beautiful, well organised museum. Permanent exhibitions and temporary ones are held throughout the year together with very nice educational programs for every age. Plus a nice shop and caffe for chilling aftering wandering around the floors.
Sylvie Soulier | Juni 16, 2018
We decided to go after having discovered those amazing sculptures at the Paul Getty Villa in Santa Monica. Great little museum, excellent display of artefacts, informative explanations and nice cosy café.
Wander ist eine Reisesuchmaschine, mit der Sie das perfekte Reiseziel finden können, das Ihrem Budget und Ihren Vorlieben entspricht.