Timings : Saturday & Sunday: 10:00 AM - 2: 00 PM
Weekdays: Only after appointment and for groups of over 20 people
Entry Fees : General admission: EUR 5
Reduced admission for pupils, students and people over 65: EUR 3
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Opened in 1983 by its President and Founder, Ian Vorres, Vorres Museum displays over 6000 pieces of folk and contemporary Greek art in Paiania, Athens. The vision behind the museum-cum-gallery was to promote Greek culture and art following the massive upsurge of urbanisation after World War II.
The museum is surrounded by lush green gardens where many endemic Mediterranean species grow. The complex also includes several buildings and courtyards, for instance, the Pyrgi which is a tower representing a Greek traditional home. It launched a Residency Programme back in 2015 to strengthen bi-cultural ties between Canada and Greece by inviting Canadian artists to explore Greek art and takes place in May every year.
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