The Acropolis Museum (Μουσείο Ακρόπολης) is a relatively new archaeological museum located in Athens near the Acropolis. Its exhibits are findings from the Acropolis site.
The building of this museum was started in 2003 but it was opened to public in 2009. The museum takes an area of 14,000 square metres and contains about 4,000 objects to exhibit.
Entering the area of the museum you see the archaeological site just under the floor. The part of it is opened and another one is covered by glass floor, so you may walk directly above the site.
Inside the museum, there are 3 floors with exhibits to review. But photo and video recording is prohibited everywhere except a few places. The most interesting exhibits are on the 1st floor where you may see a few models of the Acropolis in different times. Sadly, these models are to for photographing.
But moving further we found a model of the Parthenon, its reconstructed crowning, bas-reliefs and statues.
There are many more exhibits in the museum an I would recommend to visit the Acropolis Museum if you are interested in history. Also there are historical films displayed in some halls but we didn’t have time to watch them.