National Gallery – Alexandros Soutsos Museum

Στη φωτογραφία βλέπουμε την πρόσοψη της εθνικής πινακοθήκης. Από την είσοδο μπροστά υπάρχει μια ράμπα για αναπηρικό αμαξίδιο. Το κτήριο είναι σε χρώμα γκρι και στην είσοδο υπάρχει το λογότυπο της εθνικής πινακοθήκης σε Ελληνικά και Αγγλικά. Το μεγαλύτερο μπροστινό μέρος του κτηρίου είναι με τζαμαρία. Στα αριστερά πριν την είσοδο υπάρχει ένα τμήμα του κήπου.

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The National Gallery is an art museum founded in 1900 and located in Athens, specifically at 50 Vasileos Konstantinou Avenue.

Organically linked to the National Sculpture Gallery, it constitutes the largest and most significant collection of modern Greek art, with over 15,000 works spanning from the post-Byzantine era to the present day.

The collections of the Gallery are classified into: Modern Greek Painting, Western European Painting, Modern Greek and European Sculpture, Decorative and Applied Arts, Photographic and Historical Archives.

It has four branches throughout Greece, which extends its outreach and educational character, facilitating the public’s familiarity with the visual arts. These branches are located in Sparta, Nafplio, Corfu, and Aegina.

Persons with Disabilities

The National Gallery is fully accessible to people with mobility impairments from the entrance to all visitor areas.

It features: Visitor circulation ramps with views of the city skyline and the museum’s entrance, Elevators and staircases, Complete accessibility for people with mobility impairments, Modern electromagnetic security systems.

Specifically, the National Gallery has accessible entrances and pathways to all public areas, appropriately designed accessible toilets on all floors, as well as marble and wooden flooring to facilitate wheelchair access.

The museum organizes educational programs and activities for all ages, many of which are accessible to people with disabilities.

Visitors with disabilities and a companion, the latter if the former has a disability of 67% or more, regardless of nationality, upon presenting their ID or passport and Disability Certification, are granted free admission.



The National Gallery is located at 50 Vasileos Konstantinou Avenue in Athens, approximately 300m from the Evangelismos Metro Station (Metro Line 3), adjacent to bus lines 550, 10 (Pinakothiki stop), and 20 minutes from Syntagma Square.

Parking spaces are available only for employees, with the closest available parking located at the Evangelismos Metro Station, operating 24/7.

Opening Hours: 

Monday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Tuesday: CLOSED

Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Thursday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Saturday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Sunday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Access to the National Gallery building is allowed until one hour before closing. Visitors are recommended to use credit cards for their transactions.