The Greek Cultural Festival: The Agora will be held at the National Museum of Australia - Lawson Cres, Acton ACT 2601, Australia

UPDATE: This event will be held indoors.

Back by popular demand, the festivities at the Agora continue — bringing the sights, smells, tastes and sounds of Greece to the Museum. Much more than a market, the Agora was the centre of athletic, social, spiritual and political life in Ancient Greece. Taste delicious food, browse market stalls, or sit back and take in music and dance, including a performance from the Australian Hellenic Choir. Even The Evzones Collection photographic exhibition will have a mini stall.

Free (costs may apply for some activities) | Bookings essential | 10.30 am – 4.30 pm

UPDATE: This event will be held indoors.

Bookings are essential and can be HERE.

Ancient Greeks

Immerse yourself in the Ancient Greek world where competition reigned supreme.

‘Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes’ is on display now until 1 May 2022 | Tickets and bookings are required | Find out more.

Immerse yourself and discover ‘Ancient Greeks; Athletes, Warriors and Heroes’ from the British Museum.

Explore society, sport, politics, drama, music and warfare depicted through over 170 objects.

‘Ancient Greeks: Athletes, Warriors and Heroes. On display now | For bookings and information, click HERE.

1. The Vaison Diadoumenos, about 120–140 CE. © Trustees of the British Museum, 2021

2. Frieze block from the tomb of King Mausolus, Halikarnassos (modern Bodrum), Turkey, about 350 BCE. © Trustees of the British Museum, 2021

3. Head from a statue of Apollo, about 325–250 BCE. © Trustees of the British Museum, 2021.

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