19 Vas. Georgiou Ave., 106 75 Athens

The Aylon Lyceum is housed in the Athens Conservatory, in the iconic building designed by the architect Ioannis Despotopoulos. It is located in the center of Athens, in the triangle between Vas. Konstantinou Ave., Vas. Georgiou Ave. and Rigillis Street. The entrance to the Aylon Lyceum is on the side of Vas. Konstantinou and Vas. Georgiou Avenues, on the peristyle of the Conservatory, next to the Hellenic Children’s Museum.

The Peristylion Café, a new modern restaurant-café, “open” to the magnificent exterior of the building, operates in the area. The Conservatory of Athens does not have a parking lot for visitors.


Evangelismos Station (Line 3, Agia Marina-Doukissis Plakentias/Airport)




The Aylon Lyceum is located on the -1 level of Athens Conservatory and is accessible to people with disabilities and people with reduced mobility.
Please inform us by email: so that we can accompany you on your way in and out.

  • The entrance to the Athens Conservatory for wheelchairs is on Rigillis Street, through the parking lot, where a wheelchair ramp is located on the street’s pavement.
  • There is a elevator for access to the -1 level via the Ω2 Complex.
  • Accessible sanitary facilities are located in the Aylon Lyceum (-1) and at Peristylion cafe (0).
  • Guide and Assistance dogs are allowed in Aylon Lyceum.
  • Accessibility improvements are in progress and a scale lift will soon be available to access level -1.

    • In the exhibition space, low lighting levels are combined with the use of interactive digital screens with varying brightness.
    • In the first part of the exhibition, audiovisual material is projected in an enclosed space with intense lighting changes.