PLAN YOUR VISIT
08/06/2022 - 27/11/2022
former Public Tobacco Factory - Hellenic Parliament Library and Printing House | 218 Lenorman St. 104 43, Athens
Reserve your spot on neon.artsvp.co
Monday, Tuesday | Closed
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday | 11.00 – 19.00
Saturday | 12.00 – 20.00
T: +30 2130187722 during the exhibition opening hours
Sepolia Metro Station
Bus & Trolley: A13 & 12
Free parking of the Municipality of Athens at the corner of Amfiaraou St. and N. Chatziapostolou St.
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Entrance is free, by timed ticket booked in advance only. Exhibition visit cannot exceed the exhibition opening hours.
HEALTH + SAFETY MEASURES
For the protection of our visitors and our staff, face coverings are recommended while onsite. Please maintain physical distancing.
Please reschedule your appointment if you are currently exhibiting known symptoms of Covid-19 or have tested positive for Covid-19 in the past 14 days, or if you live or interact closely with anyone currently exhibiting known symptoms of Covid-19 or who has tested positive for Covid-19 in the past 14 days.
The former Public Tobacco Factory building is owned by the Hellenic Parliament and therefore, for security purposes, visitors may be asked to show a valid ID or other official photo identification document (driver’s license, passport) upon entry and walk through metal detector.
We welcome visitors with young children and prams/strollers to come and enjoy the exhibition. Children up to the age of 3 must be in a pram/stroller while onsite. Children’s bicycles, trikes and scooters are not allowed inside the exhibition halls.
Guide dogs are welcome.
Bags are not allowed in the exhibition. All bags and rucksacks must be stored temporarily in the cloakroom upon arrival. The cloakroom service is free.
Heels are not permitted inside Room 2. Visitors in heels will be asked to remove them to enter the installation.
former Public Tobacco Factory
Hellenic Parliament Library and Printing House
218 Lenorman St.
104 43, Athens
Δημόσιον Καπνεργοστάσιον, Lenorman, Athens, Greece
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