Mycenae 'Rich in Gold', the kingdom of mythical Agamemnon, first sung by Homer in his epics, is the most important and richest palatial centre of the Late Bronze Age in Greece... see more about the history of Mycenae here


The archaeological site of Mycenae comprises the fortified acropolis and surrounding funerary and habitation sites, which are located mainly to its west and southwest. Most of the visible monuments date to the centre's great floruit, from 1350 to 1200 BC.. read more about the description of Mycenae here

Monuments at Mycenae

Treasure of Atreus, Subterranean cistern, Religion Centre of Mycenae, Cyclopean Walls, Building Complex of the Oil Merchant, Lions' Gate, Grave Circle B read more about the monuments of Mycenae here

Archaeological Museum of Mycenae

The Archaeological Museum of Mycenae lies within the archaeological site of Mycenae. It is designed to serve the preservation of the material that comes from excavations in the citadel of Mycenae ... see more information about the Archaeologcal Museum of Mycenae here


Information about opening hours, administrative contact etc at Mycenae see more information here