Ancient Athens

Come visit the best Greece has to offer

Background Information

Greece is the most well known city-state, and has been ever sine the end of the Persian War (which we won). Our government is run by a democracy, but that hasn't always been the case. Athens has gone through many stages politically and culturally to get to the place it is now. Learn of our new accomplishments while immersing yourself in our rich past. Come join us as we share our accomplishments and history!

Places to Visit

You are welcome to watch any of our Dramas; whether you love comedy or drama you're sure to find a show you love. Dramas are performed in outdoor amphitheaters, historically dramas were performed as a celebration to Dionysus but progressed into the form of entertainment that captures the attention of audiences of all ages. Playwrights created by the brilliant minds of Euripides and Aeschylus are often performed.

Visitors are also encouraged to tour our highly esteemed schools. Our most visited school is the Lyceum created by Aristotle. Because of these new ways of thinking introduced by Plato, Aristotle, and even Socrates, Athens is evolving and becoming a place ruled by education and reason.

Learn About Advancements from Athens


Herodotus is credited with being the first to write down the history of the ancient world. He is also the author of the very popular book History.


Works from Homer are renowned worldwide! The Odyssey and The Iliad are known internationally and showcase Greek traditions.


Archimedes contributed to mathematics and science, he discovered formulas for the area and volume. He also created some of the most basic elements associated with physics.


Both Euclid and Pythagoras made major contributions to mathematics. Euclid had the ideas that are the foundation of geometry. Pythagoras founded many schools and is the creator of the Pythagorean Theorem.