Children Art Museum: In Plaka, the most picturesque and historic town of Athens you will find the Children's Museum in Kydathineon Street. A visit to this museum is definitely an enjoyable and educational experience for young people.
On the ground floor of the classical building is the children's library as well as the much-needed playground. The life-size set of the Athens metro lets the children experience the future of transit, while they wear yellow helmets and explore the under construction area. But the Grandparents room on the top floor will take them to the past with sets of an old living room with radio, furniture, and utensils. Children can wear old costumes in this room. They hold seminars on Education in museums and also good parenting.
The children's museum was founded in 1987 by a few child experts with Sophia Roque's guidance. The museum sits in a very amiable location in the heart of Plaka. This major street is one that you will certainly not miss if you are in Plaka as it hubs the museum of Greek folk art, the Frissiras Museum of Greek painting and the museum of children's art. To reach Kydathineon, just reach Syntagma square and one block down Nikis St. is this pedestrian street.
Address: Kydathineon 14, Plaka
Phone: (+30) 210 33 12 995-6