The Museum opened in 1990, in a two-storey building in Nea Kifissia that was built in 1981 to house the Kifissia Civic Centre. It has spaces for hosting its permanent collections and educational programmes, a small screening room, a library and a lab.
Monday through Friday: 10.00-17.00 / entry until 16.00
Holidays on which the Museum is closed:
Easter Sunday & Monday
The Museum is about a 20-minute walk from the Kifissia commuter train station, a little beyond the intersection of Tatoiou and Char. Trikoupi Streets.
From the Athens-Lamia National Road, at the Kifissia exit. The Museum does not have its own public parking facilities, but there is ample parking in the area.
Public health measures
The Telecommunications Museum implements all the necessary protective measures to safeguard the health of its visitors and employees.
- In order to prevent and protect against COVID-19, it is recommended that safe social distancing of over 1.5 meters be observed in all areas of the Museum.
- The use of liquid disinfectant (available at the entrance and at various points in the common areas) is recommended.
- The use of a protective mask is optional.
Visitors have free access to the Museum’s Wi-Fi network.
Amateur photography of the Museum’s spaces and exhibits is permitted.
The Museum is accessible to persons with mobility problems via an elevator with a diameter of 60 cm.
Guide dogs are permitted in the Museum’s spaces for persons with vision problems.
The museum does not have a WC for disabled persons.
Museum Education activities
Educational programmes are carried out from October through May every year, and participation is free
There are guided tours for school groups, families, individual visitors and organized groups interested in learning about the history of communication from antiquity to the modern digital world.
Make your booking here for schools and here for families/individual visitors. For organized groups, please contact us.
The educational programmes for schools are designed for pupils in pre-school, primary and secondary school. They include art workshops and STEM programmes inspired by telecommunications. Make your booking here.
The educational programmes for families are designed for children 4 to 16 years of age with their parents/escorts. They include museum education activities inspired by the Museum’s exhibits and collections. Make your booking here.