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The Neraida Floating Museum is berthed at Flisvos Marina and it is open to the public with free admission, guided tours and educational programmes.

INDIVIDUAL VISITORS
Opening Hours
  • FRIDAY
    17:00 - 20:30
    (latest entrance 20:00)
  • SATURDAY
    11:00 - 18:00
    (latest entrance 17:30)
  • SUNDAY
    12:00 - 18:00
    (latest entrance 17:30)
Opening hours are subject to modification due to weather conditions.
SCHOOLS
“TRAVELLING WITH THE NERAIDA: A GAME ON BOARD”
Educational programme for students of Primary School.
For children aged from 8 to 12 years
What is "Neraida's" story? Which were the Greek destinations of its passengers? What stories are hidden in its equipment and crews? How can it still float? The program includes several activities in the museum run by specialized museum educators. During the program, children explore the historic boat of the Argo-Saronic Gulf, they get to know different aspects of Greek maritime and coastal shipping of the 20th century and explore different themes such as travelling and sea, ships and navigation, communication and transports, people and memories.
INTERACTIVE TOUR
for students of Gymnasiums/Lyceums
For students ages 12 and above, free interactive guided tours are offered at the Museum.
PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Groups of pupils between 8 and 11 years of age.
Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 9:30 am and 11:30 am.
Maximum number per group is 25 children.
Participation is free of charge.
APPLICATION FORM
For participation in the programme it is required to complete the application
SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Students aged over 12 years.
Day and time upon prior arrangement.
School groups should be accompanied by their teachers.
Participation is free of charge.
APPLICATION FORM
For participation in the programme it is required to complete the application
CHILDREN
“TRAVELLING WITH THE NERAIDA: A GAME ON BOARD”
Educational programme
For children up to 12 years of age.
What is "Neraida's" story? Which were the Greek destinations of its passengers? What stories are hidden in its equipment and crews? How can it still float? The program includes several activities in the museum run by specialized museum educators. During the program, children explore the historic boat of the Argo-Saronic Gulf, they get to know different aspects of Greek maritime and coastal shipping of the 20th century and explore different themes such as travelling and sea, ships and navigation, communication and transports, people and memories. Groups of children of more than 12 years old (ex. scout organizations, sports clubs etc) have the option of an interactive tour in the museum.
INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATIONS
Children up to 11 years old (primary school).
Every Sunday at 11:00-12:00.
Pre-registration is required at the reception of the museum or through the Application Form.
Participation is free of charge.
APPLICATION FORM
For participation in the programme it is required to complete the application
GROUPS OF CHILDREN
Children up to 12 years old (clubs, scouts, etc.).
Day and time upon prior arrangement.
Teacher supervision is required.
Participation is free of charge.
APPLICATION FORM
For participation in the programme it is required to complete the application
GROUP VISITS
GROUP TOURS
The guided tour includes the screening of two short introductory videos, the presentation of the history of the ship and of its owner, and a tour in the museum's exhibition areas, tailored to the particular interests of the group.
ADULT GROUPS
Examples: Friendship Clubs, Associations, special teams, etc.
Date and time upon prior arrangement.
Application for participation required.
Participation is free of charge.
APPLICATION FORM
For participation in the programme it is required to complete the application
HOW TO GET TO THE MUSEUM
DIRECTIONS IN GOOGLE MAPS
The Neraida Floating Museum is berthed at Flisvos Marina, in a landscaped promenade and recreation area with facilities for visitors (toilets, cafes/restaurants, park, etc.) and near the Park of Maritime Tradition, which also has the battleship "G. Averof", the destroyer "Velos" Museum of Anti-Dictatorial Struggle, the Athenian Trireme "Olympia", the sailing ship "Eugenios Eugenides", the cable-laying steamship "Thalis o Milissios" and the Perama-type sailboat "Evangelistria".
  • BY CAR:
    Via the E75 Highway that leads to Poseidonos Avenue. Via Sygrou Avenue that merges with Poseidonos Avenue.
    Note: Poseidonos Avenue is the main highway along the coast that passes just outside Flisvos Marina.
  • BY BUS:
    The "Ulen" bus station is outside Flisvos Marina. Buses with numbers 217,550,A1,B1,B2 offer direct access from the centre of Athens, of Piraeus and of Glyfada.
    www.oasa.gr
  • BY TRAM:
    The tram stop "Trocadero" is just outside the main entrance of the Marina. The tram offers direct access from the centre of Athens (Syntagma), from Neo Faliro (SEF) and from the southern suburbs (Voula, Glyfada).
    www.stasy.gr
USEFUL INFORMATION
  • The entrance to the floating museum is free. Prior to entry, visitors will be asked to register their names.
  • Visitors must wear flat shoes. To enter the museum they will be given single-use shoe covers provided by the museum's staff.
  • Average visit duration is approx. 30΄-40 minutes.
  • Eating, smoking, taking photographs, video shooting and mobile phone use is prohibited in all museum areas.
  • Touching the exhibition items is not allowed. Visitors are kindly requested not to touch or lean on glass showcases.
  • Backpacks and shopping bags are not allowed in the floating museum.
  • Visitors are kindly requested to follow the instructions of the crew and the staff during their visit in the floating museum and to be careful as they enter and exit the vessel.
  • People with physical disabilities may access the exhibition corridors, the video hall and the main museum room.
  • The deck and the bridge of the ship are off limits. The Neraida Floating Museum does not have a shop.
  • Visitors under 16 years of age must be accompanied.