Museums, Monuments, Theatres  Cinemas etc…

Thessaloniki was the European Capital of Culture in 1997 and remains a city with intense cultural activity. As evidenced by the dozens of museums, theaters, the Multiplex of art, the Concert Hall, the outdoor sculpture and music heritage, Thessaloniki produces culture and moves with strength and versatility, having a restive workforce, its residents, creating and many times pioneering at the cultural life of Greece. Search and discover places and people and why not, become yourselves part of that creativity!

Museum of Illusions

Enter the fascinating world of illusions which will trick your confidence in senses, but amaze you by doing it; the world that will confuse you completely, but also educ

Selfie Museum

Greece’s first Selfie Funhouse is here! A new, top-rated, interactive photography studio in the heart of Thessaloniki! Explore our 30 different theme installations an

The Y.M.C.A. Basketball Museum (Young Men’s Christian Association of Thessaloniki)

It is the first Basketball Museum in Greece, a sport that was promoted and developed in the country by the Young Men’s Christian Association. The Museum was inaugurated i

Residence of Kemal Ataturk

This residence was built at the end of 19th century and is currently attached to the Turkish Consulate of Thessaloniki. Kemal Ataturk, the reformer of the Turkish nation

CINEPLEXX

MUNICIPAL INDOOR THEATRE OF SYKIES

Adresse: Riga Fereou– Str. und Megaron – Str. -Sykies

THEATRE VASSILIS DIAMANTOS

Moon

The moon standing next to the sea is another popular spot of Thessaloniki, the perfect background for your photos!

Museum of the French military cemetery of Zeitenlik

There is a Museum in the premises of the cemetery, constructed by the initiative of the French Consulate of Thessaloniki. It provides interactive services through the use

The Y.M.C.A. Basketball Museum (Young Men’s Christian Association of Thessaloniki)

It is the first Basketball Museum in Greece, a sport that was promoted and developed in the country by the Young Men’s Christian Association. The Museum was inaugurated i