Stoa of Attalos - Ancient Agora
Established in the sixth century BC, the Agora was the bustling heart of ancient Athens, where political, commercial, social and religious life unfolded. It housed shops, temples, a banquet hall for the senate (also used for sacrifices), and a city chambers where the 500-member Athenian council sat.
➡️ Disabled people upon presentation of their ID card or passport and Disability Certificate are admitted free of charge. In case of 67% disability or more, one escort is also entitled to free entrance.
➡️ This site is included in the combined 5-day ticket of Acropolis & Slopes, Ancient Agora, Roman Agora, Hadrian’s Library, Olympieion, Keramikos, Aristotle’s School with a cost of €30.
➡️ The archaeological site of Ancient Agora is accessible for wheelchair visits (an escort’s assistance is recommended) via the main entrance.
➡️ The Museum of the Ancient Agora inside the Stoa of Attalos is accessible for visitors on wheelchairs. To access the floor using the elevator, the wheelchair users can call upon the site guards.
➡️ There is a modified toilet in the same building.
➡️ You can see here the route of the disabled visitors.
Note: To visit the Temple of Hephaestus that belongs to the same archaeological site but has a different accessible entrance, check out the accessible itinerary “Ancient Athens uncovered”.