How long does it take to explore the park?
About an hour.
How much does the entrance ticket cost;
General admission: € 7 / person
Students (on an organized visit): € 6 / person
Family (2 parents with 2 children): 24 €
Unemployed (Fridays only): 4 € / Unemployed (family ticket): 12 €
Children up to 3 years old : free
Is the theme park only for school visits?
No, it also welcomes free visitors. In the mornings, on weekdays school visits are scheduled. However, free visitors can also tour on weekdays.
Is it possible to buy tickets online?
No, tickets are bought on the day of the visit at the reception.
It refers to more than 15 people and in that case a phone reservation is compulsory.
Should a phone reservation be made before the visit?
If it is a group or school visit, it is necessary to contact +30 210 6168 456, 210 6168 457.
If you are visiting as an individual there is no need for a phone reservation.
What fairy tales are mentioned in the theme park?
There are references to many famous and loved stories of the famous writer. Immediately after the reception area, at the “Library”, visitors will find all the book-titles written by Eugene Trivizas. Also the “Fantasy Museum”, hosts some of the most famous objects in the fairy tales that have been loved by both young. The rest of the park is based more specifically on the following fairy tales : Froutopia(Francis’ workshop), Fricadela, the witch who hated the carols, The 33 Pink Rubins, Mr. Zacharias and Mrs. Glykeria, The island of Fireworks, Manolis’ magnificent circus, The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig.
Are photos and videos allowed?
Yes, there is no limitation to photos and videos. Instead … they are imposed in order to keep the memories of the wonderful walk in the Secret Worlds! Also, while browsing the theme park, there is a green-screen booth, where guests, if they so desire, can be photographed with a certain fairy-tale background and buy the photo.
Should someone pay extra for the actions in the park?
No, all actions during the tour in the park are free of charge, and inluded in the ticket price. In the end, just before leaving, there is a shop with books by the author and souvenirs, a cafe and a dining area. There of course, one has to pay for whatever one decides to buy or eat.
Monday – Thursday: 09.00 – 14.00
Friday: 09.00 – 14.00 & 17.00 – 20.00
Saturday: 11.00 – 20.00
Sunday: 11.00 – 19.00
How can I get to Helexpo-Maroussi?
You can find directions here
Is the tour for visitors free or is it a guided tour?
After welcoming visitors to the theme park, an “explorer-guide” helps visitors split in small groups and leads them throughout the tour. There is a continuous flow and tours begin every 6-7 minutes.
Is there lunch / coffee available?
After the end of the tour, there is a cafeteria where guests can enjoy drinks and snacks.