HELLENIC MOTOR MUSEUM
The Hellenic Motor Museum occupies 4,000 sq.m. in a building of unique architecture and aesthetics. It is dedicated to the technology and development of the automobile, including more than 110 exhibits from the end of the 19th century to the end of the 20th.
The purpose of the Hellenic Automobile Museum is to inform the public about the achievements of the global automobile industry and to educate young people in road safety and behavior.
Cars dominated the interests of Theodoros N. Haragionis from his childhood, with those of his family giving way to his first driving and later collecting concerns. His collection of cars and car-related items began to take shape in 1977, incorporating over time rare pieces of the global automotive industry.
The entire collection is categorized as follows:
Antique, Veteran, Vintage, Post Vintage, Classic, Post Classic, Modern & Contemporary.