Hellenic Cosmos


The “Hellenic Cosmos” Cultural Centre is constantly evolving. New spaces and activities are being developed. It stated with 16 acres in 1998 and gradually transformed into a cultural space of 60 acres, where history, technology and architecture meet.


  • 1998: The "Hellenic Cosmos" launched the exhibition “National Events and Historical Memory”, which gave a new perspective to the way we approach the past.
  • 2006: The "Tholos," the hemispherical Virtual Reality theatre-DOME, operates for the first time by showcasing the digital collections of the Foundation of the Hellenic World (FHW).
  • 2008: The "Theatron," a versatile space that aspires to house contemporary artistic creation and expression, opens its doors to the public.

    Innovation with state-of-the-art technology

    The "Hellenic Cosmos" Cultural Center of the FHW, is a state-of-the-art Cultural Center and Museum. It is known for its high-quality innovative programs and productions. As a multi-space venue, it serves as a dynamic hub of cultural creation and expression. A wide range of activities take place within its premises, catering to everyone without exclusions. These activities include: 

    • Virtual, Augmented & Extended Reality Experiences
    • Theatrical productions and performances
    • Educational programs
    • Exhibitions
    • Documentary production and screenings
    • Conferences & Events

    The facilities of the "Hellenic Cosmos" are accessible to People with Disabilities (PWD). It has accessible elevators, parking spaces, and restrooms.

    All activities of the "Hellenic Cosmos," from screenings and interactive tours presented in the "Tholos", exhibitions, research and educational programs, to plays and performances in the "Theatron," aim to highlight and preserve Greek history and culture.

    The study of Greek history becomes an immersive experience by utilizing state-of-the-art technology! Contemporary audio-visual and interactive means, such as Virtual and Augmented Reality, offer a new way of spreading historical information. The public can actively participate, ask questions, intervene and shape the course of events.

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