Here is the most useful information about the main categories of free, reduced or free admission to archeological sites and museums in Greece:
BASIC CATEGORIES OF FREE ADMISSION
All children up to 5 years old.
Children and young people up to the age of 25 within the EU by presenting a Police ID or Passport to confirm their age.
All children up to 5 years old outside the EU.
The students and the escorts of the Higher Education Institutions, Technological Teachers, Archaeological Schools, Institutions or Equivalent Schools of the Member States of the European Union, as well as the Guide Schools, with the demonstration of their student identity.
The members of Companies and Associations of Friends of Museums and Archaeological Sites throughout Greece with the demonstration of the certified membership card.
People with disabilities and their attendants (one attendant per person).
People with a special entry permit from the state due to their status.
See in detail HERE all the categories of free entry for Greeks, members of the European Union and foreigners
REDUCED ENTRY CATEGORIES from April 1st to October 31st
Children over 6 years old and young people up to 25 years old outside the EU with the presentation of a Police ID or Passport to confirm the age.
Parents and escorts of students of all levels of learning inside and outside the EUEU citizens over 65 years
FREE ENTRY DAYS
Free admission days for all visitors to all venues and museums are as follows:
April 6, MELINAS MERKOURI DAY.
April 18, INTERNATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY.
May 18, INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM DAY.
September 27, WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY.
Last Saturday of September, EUROPEAN CULTURAL HERITAGE DAYS
28th of October.
The first Sunday of each month from November 1st to March 31st.
ATTENTION: Guests must consult the relevant services of the state and the respective ticket offices for any changes.