The Museum of Greek Folk Art is made up of four buildings—the main building of the museum that covers the historical period of 1650 to the present day and features items of Greek folk art like sculptures, objects made of silver, puppet theaters and stone statues, the Tzisdarakis Mosque that shelters a collection of traditional ceramic objects from the early 20th century, the Bath House of the Winds, the only public baths from the 15th century that remain standing and the Museum at 22 Panos Street, the setting for exhibitions dedicated to the tools that were used to perform traditional works in ancient Athens.
Central Building: Closed and under renovation
Tzisdarakis Mosque: Closed temporarily
Bath House of the Winds:
Monday, Wednesday to Sunday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Museum at 22 Panos Street:
Tuesday to Sunday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
- Admission for adults: 2 euros (per building)
- Admission for students and seniors over 65 years old: 1 euro
Free admission is permitted for persons under 19, EU students, classical studies and art studies students, soldiers carrying out their military service, journalists, ICOM members, tour guides and disabled people.
Note: Admission is free on the 6th of March, the 18th of April, 18th of May, the 28th of October, the European Heritage Days, the 5th of June and the 27th of September.
For the most updated information on timings and ticket prices, visit http://www.melt.gr