BMX Lessons for adults at SNFCC - Εικόνα

Open House Athens 2022 is coming to the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center.

This April, the SNFCC Membership Program and the architectural event that became a must, invites the Members at the Delta Restaurant for a unique tour, through which the Members will have the opportunity to explore and understand the value of architecture, transforming the Delta Restaurant and the SNFCC to a big open-air museum, with its buildings and architecture being the main exhibits.

Every year, private and public buildings open their gates to the public, establishing the Open House and the Urban Non-Profit Company - Open House Greece -, as one of the most important global institutions for the promotion of architecture and culture in Greece as well as worldwide.

Sunday 10/04 | 10.00-10.30

Up to 12 participants – Members only

Free entrance via online pre-registration 

According to the latest measures to protect public health from the risk of spreading COVID-19, a valid vaccination certificate or a valid disease certificate, is required for the public to enter the event venue, as the venue operates as a pure venue. The above applies to adults. Μinors from 4 to 17 years old may, alternatively, submit a statement of negative self test (24 hours), a certificate of PCR (72 hours) or rapid (48 hours) diagnostic test, in accordance with the recent government measures.

A parallel identity check will be carried out on the persons who show the required certificates, as provided by law.

Participants must wear a mask and keep their distance both during attendance and during events and in accordance with the instructions of NPHO.

Due to public health measures, there may be changes regarding either the staging of the event, or the maximum number of participants.

See also

Monday 26/09, 19:00

Reading Club: Story of a Prisoner of War


Sunday 25/09, 10:00

SNFCC Members Off the Premises: Farm to Fork | Field Trip to Delta Restaurant’s Farm in Markopoulo


Saturday 24/09, 11:00

SNFCC Members Off the Premises: Shedia | Invisible Routes