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The Maria Callas Museum is the world’s first museum dedicated to the legendary Greek soprano who defined 20th-century opera. It is housed in a four-story building in the heart of Athens, built during the Interwar period, and acquired by the Municipality of Athens in the 2010s, which now serves as the Maria Callas Museum.

This new cultural institution focuses on providing an immersive experience that not only awakens visitors’ love for Maria Callas but also encourages them to explore the different facets of her career and life, aiming to inspire, entertain, and highlight the elements of her technique that made her unique.

Through texts, objects, videos, and rare audio recordings that create a comprehensive experiential journey for visitors, the story of Maria Callas’s career and life unfolds—from her beginnings, her years in Greece, her international career and major roles, to her social life, personality, the people in her life, and the legacy she left behind.

The museum’s exhibits include distinct items that belonged to this multifaceted artist, who, with her wide vocal range, unique timbre, and stage presence, managed to change the world of opera forever.

The permanent exhibition of the museum is developed on the first and second floors, promoting an experiential and interactive discovery. The third floor features a hall for temporary exhibitions, educational programs, master classes, small concerts, and events. The ground floor houses the museum shop and the café/restaurant La Divina.

Operating Hours

April 1 – October 31
Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM / Friday: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

November 1 – March 31
Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM / Friday: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Closed on Mondays, December 25 & 26, January 1, and Easter Sunday & Monday.
Free admission on December 2, May 18, and September 25 (European Heritage Days).

Tickets available at more.com and at the museum’s ticket office.

*The museum is accessible to persons with disabilities.

Ticket Prices:
GENERAL ADMISSION: €10
REDUCED TICKETS: €7, €3
FAMILY TICKET: 2 adults + 2 children (over 6 years old) €22

Free Admission:
Children up to 6 years old, persons with disabilities + companion, ICOM members, refugees, sponsors, and donors.

Guided Tour: +€4/person (reservation required at +30 210 4404 204)

Group Tickets: €8/person for groups of 10+ (reservation required at +30 210 4404 204)

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