Acropolis Museum Visitors
05 September 2009
The Acropolis Museum receives 500,000 visitors in its first two months open to the public.
New Acropolis Museum Opens
20 June 2009
The New Acropolis Museum opens in a formal ceremony for dignitaries and VIPs.
Alesia Contruction Begins
01 May 2009
Construction begins on an Interpretive Center in Alesia, France. The location of the museum marks an archaeological site and battlefield where Julius Caesar defeated the Gauls in 52 BC.
La Roche-sur-Yon Consturction Update
01 April 2009
Installation of a footbridge begins in La Roche-sur-Yon, France. Designed with Hugh Dutton Associates, the bridge is expected to open in late 2009.
Bordeaux-Cenon Construction Continues
08 March 2009
Construction continues on a cultural center and performance venue in Bordeaux-Cenon, France, to open in early 2010.
New Acropolis Museum to Open
01 February 2009
The new Acropolis Museum will open in an invitation-only formal ceremony for world leaders, dignitaries, and special guests on June 20th. A press preview will be held on June 19th. The museum will open to the general public for the first time on Sunday, June 21st, allowing visitors to see the full collection of the Acropolis treasures in one location.