The Emotions Museum is located just behind the Filopappou hill, in one of the most authentic and well-preserved neighborhoods of Athens, Ano Petralona. It is a unique interactive museum about emotions! It uses interactive exhibitions, play and fairy tales, in order to encourage children and teenagers from 5 to 15 years old to discover their emotional world, to learn more about themselves and others. Moreover, it sensitizes adults, parents and teachers on subjects which deal with the children’s emotional development and socialization.
The interactive exhibition “In Anger’s Palace” -to be presented until 2020- is dedicated to the emotion of anger. The aim of this exhibition is to offer stimuli to children, teens, and adults in their environment, to process, explore and know more about the emotion of anger. The exhibition and the instructions of the interactive exhibits are available both in Greek and English. You can visit the Museum only during weekends from 10am to 1pm (in August the museum is closed).
The entrance to the Museum is permitted for children over 5 years of age and the ticket costs 4 euros per person. For details, check the museum’s website.