Greek Mythology Jokes

Greek mythology jokes, riddles and puns for kids and adults.

These clean Greek myth jokes are great for parents, teachers, historians, children and fans of Greek Mythology stories, books and movies.

Greek mythology includes the stories and folklore as told by the ancient Greeks. Their stories detail the origins of the world as they believed it to be, and included deities, heroes, and mythical creatures.

Well known Greek Gods include Athena, Artemis, Ares, Apollo, Demeter, Dionysus, Hades, Hephaestus, Hestia, Hera, Hermes, Poseidon and Zeus.

Some popular mythical Greek creatures include centaurs, chimera, cyclopes, daimon, gorgons, hydras, minotaur, Orion, Phoenix, sirens, Sphinx, unicorns and Pegasus.

Children are fascinated with many of the myths, Gods and creatures from Greek Mythology and older kids enjoy the Percy Jackson books written by Rick Riordan. If you are looking for a site with kid-friendly information about Greek Mythology, we recommend this page from Mr. Donn: Myths about the Ancient Greek Gods for Kids.

We hope you enjoy these jokes about Greek mythology, Greek Gods, Greek Goddesses and Greek mythological creatures. Check back for updates.

Greek Mythology Jokes

Q: What did Athena put on her salad?
A: Gorgon-zola cheese.

Q: Who was Apollo’s favorite actor?
A: Matt Daimon. (Daimon is a supernatural power in Greek Mythology)

Q: Why did Achilles pull over to the side of the road?
A: He heard sirens.

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Q: What did say when his team lost the soccer match?
A: This sphinx.

Q: What was on the Mount Olympus deli menu?
A: Bolina Sandwich. (Bolina is the name of a woman who became immortal)

Q: Where did the daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra get her energy?
A: Electra-City. (their daughther’s name was Electra)

Q: What was Apollo’s house made out of?
A: Con-Crete. (Crete is the largest of the Greek islands, )

Q: What do unicorns eat for breakfast?
A: Greek yogurt.

Q: Who did Artemis invite to her party?
A: Her DEER-est friends. (deer was an animal held sacred to Artemis)

Q: What game do Greek Gods play at birthday parties?
A: Hydra and go seek. (Hydra is a huge water monster with nine heads)

Q: Why does Aphrodite play tennis?
A: Because of all the luv.

Q: What did Poseidon say to the sea monster?
A: What’s Kraken?

Q: What did Ancient Greeks wear on the court?
A: Tennis Zeus (tennis shoes)

Q: Where did Athena go the day before the dance?
A: She went to the Hera salon. (Hera is the queen of all the Greek gods and goddesses)

Medusa caught the eye of a street musician… now he’s a rockstar.

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Q: What type of horse was the Trojan horse made to look like?
A: A night-mare

Q: What is the most mythical vegetable?
A: The uniCORN.

Q: How did Artemis describe the cyclops painting?
A: It’s a monsterpiece.

Q: How long did Dionysus say it would be until dinner was ready?
A: About a Minotaur two.

Q: Where did the Greek Gods go to see plays when visiting New York?
A: The Apollo theatre.

Q: What mythical creature likes to croak?
A: Unihorn toad.

Q: How did the Greeks clean up a battlefield?
A: With Ajax. (Ajax was a Greek warrior and is also the name of a brand of cleaner)

Q: How did the Greek Gods keep themselves from getting lost?
A: They had an Atlas with them. (Atlas was a titan)

Q: Why did Zeus get a parking ticket?
A: He didn’t put money in Demeter. (Demeter was Greek goddess)

Q: Where did naughty unicorns go to see Themis?
A: In uni-court. (Themis was the Greek Goddess of justice)

King Minos always used to say, sometimes Europa and sometimes Eurodowna…

Q: What game did Spartan children play during recess?
A: Follow the Leda. (Leda was queen of Sparta)

Q: What was the smallest creature in Greek Mythology?
A: The MINI-taur.

Q: Where did Artemis take his car for a new muffler?
A: Midas (Midas was king of Phrygia and is also the name of an auto repair company)

Q: Where did ancient Greeks get their tarts?
A: At the Tart-r-us . (Pun of Toys-R-Us. In Greek Mythology, Tartarus was a place where the evil were punished)

Q: What did friends call the ancient Greek who wrote the “Cyclops in the Hat” and “Hera hears a who” for children?
A: The Seus! (Theseus was an Ancient Greek hero. Dr. Seuss is a famous author)

Q: How did Poseidon travel from port to port?
A: By seahorse.

Q: How did the Ancient Greeks measure their football fields?
A: By Demeter.

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Q: Where did ancient Greeks go to see lions and other exotic animals?
A: At their local Zeus. (Zeus/Zoos)

Q: Why was Poseidon seen as not being too smart?
A: He was usually below “C” level.

Q: What did the fish say when they were caught in the fisherman’s net?
A: Cetus free! (Cetus was a Greek sea monster)

Q: What did the mythical creature serve at his barbecue?
A: Unicorn on the cob.

Q: Where did Greeks buy food for their horses?
A: The shopping Centaur. (Centaur is half man, half horse)

Q: What movie did ancient Greek children love to see?
A: Troy story.
I never seem to do well in Greek mythology class… I guess it’s my Achilles’ heel.

Q: How did Hephaestus get so much done?
A: Lots of elbow Greece.

Q: Why didn’t Greek Goddesses go to jail for double-parking?
A: It was only a mis-demeter.

Q: What did Athena keep in her closet?
A: All of her Perseus.

Greek Mythology Knock Knock Jokes

Knock knock.
Who’s there?
Athena who?
Athena in a movie about Greek Gods.

Knock, Knock
Who’s there?
Juan who?
Juan eyed monster is called a Cyclops in Greek Mythology.

Knock knock.
Who’s there?
You who?
Unicorn, that’s who!

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