The Acropolis Museum is the museum focused exclusively on the findings of the archaeological site of the Acropolis of Athens. The museum was built to house every artifact found on the rock and on the surrounding slopes, from the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece. It also lies over the ruins of a part of Roman and early Byzantine Athens. The museum was founded in 2003. It opened to the public in 2009. Nearly 4,000 objects are exhibited in an area of 14,000 sq. meters.

MUST SEE: A Horse (6th BC), Moschophoros (560 BC), Peplos Kore (c.530 BC), Acropolis Kore (510 BC),

Kritios boy (c.480 BC), Caryatids of Erechtheum (the real ones), Goddess Nike (1st to 3rd century AD),

Bust of Tiberius Julius Sauromates II (Roman period).

During the International Museum Day the museum remains open until late with free entry and many events and activities for its visitors. During the August full moon nights, the museum remains open until late at night and welcomes visitors for free. Also the same night concerts take place in the museum's courtyard. The museum also has an excellent restaurant with unique views to the Acropolis.