The Tower of the New Watergas, the new museum stop of the Industrial Gas Museum, invites you to live a unique experience, climbing up the highest building of Technopolis and enjoying the views stretching ahead of you –from Acropolis and Lycabettus Hill up to the western suburbs and Egaleo, Faliro and Castella with a 360-degree view.
Using the interactive screen, you can discover not only a unique sample of industrial heritage, but also the landmarks visible with the naked eye, as well as suggested itineraries for a stroll downtown.
The New Watergas was constructed in 1952 by complementing the energy production and its operation was discontinued with the closure of the factory in 1984. Its highest point was named "Tower" due to its height which reaches 30 meters. The building is the only remaining watergas production building in Europe while it is a rare example of industrial heritage, as it preserves most of its mechanical equipment.