The Acropolis Museum is an archeological exhibition hall concentrated on the discoveries of the archeological site of the Acropolis of Athens.
The historical center was worked to house each ancient rarity found on the stone and on the encompassing inclines, from the Greek Bronze Age to Roman and Byzantine Greece.
It likewise lies over the vestiges of a piece of Roman and early Byzantine Athens. The accumulations of the historical center are shown on three levels while a fourth center level houses the helper spaces, for example, the exhibition hall shop, the bistro and the workplaces.
On the principal level of the historical center there are the discoveries of the slants of the Acropolis.
The best level of the Museum sits to one side on the lower levels to accomplish a similar cardinal introduction of the antiquated sanctuary on the Acropolis.
The dispersing of the sections of the Parthenon corridor is the same as that of the antiquated sanctuary, and the utilization of glass dividers on every one of the four outside dividers enables the characteristic light to brighten the Parthenon marbles as they do on the old sanctuary.