Olympieion - Temple of Olympian Zeus
The Temple of Olympian Zeus was once a massive monument devoted to Zeus, bang in the centre of Athens. Construction spanned over seven centuries as successive rulers ensured it was big enough to reflect the mighty god’s stature. Almost 100 metres long and nearly 50 metres wide, the Olympeion was ultimately the largest ancient temple on the Greek mainland – but by the 15th century, only 20 columns remained standing. Today, there are 15.
- 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 also has free entrance.
- This site is included in the combined 5-day ticket of Acropolis & Slopes, Ancient Agora, Roman Agora, Hadrian’s Library, Olympieion, Kerameikos, Aristotle’s School with a cost of €30.
- The archaeological site is accessible to people with physical disabilities.
- Accessible toilets are available.
- The Archaeological Site of Olympieio is wheelchair accessible at its largest part through the main entrance, Vasilissis Olgas Av. (assistance by a companion is recommended).