Once in Epidaurus, the highlights to visit are the theater of the 4th century BC, famous for its unique acoustics, and the very destroyed but impressive archaeological site which is under continuous restoration. There is also a small museum which I suggest that you explore, if you have time, on your own. The opening hours are subject to continues changes and you can contact us, giving us the date of your visit, so that we provide you with the exact opening hours.
The theater is in a very good condition and accessible from all sides. You will be able to stand in the orchestra or walk up and down the different rows of seats that used to give to it a total capacity of 14,000 people.
Then you will visit the archaeological site, where among other things you will see the very well preserved ancient stadium, remainings of the gymnasium and restaurants, the Tholos or Thymeli with its underground labyrinth, the Avaton, remainings of many bases of statues as well as of the temple of Apollo and Artemis.
For the guided visit of Epidaurus you will need approximately 1.5 hours and then you can spend more time on your own to take pictures.