Founded in 1903, the Archeological Museum of Delphi has been rebuilt several times. It houses the discoveries made at the Panhellenic Sanctuary of Delphi. What is so special about it? This museum shows the history of the Sanctuary of Delphi, the site of the most famous ancient Greek oracle.
The architectural sculptures, statues, and small objects are only a small part of the rich collection of artifacts preserved here. These items reflect religious, political, and artistic activities beginning from the eighth century B.C. up to the decline of late antiquity. Take the opportunity to personally contemplate ancient temples and monuments while traveling back in the past.
The museum provides a large two-story building with fourteen unique exhibition halls, laboratories for the conservation of ceramics, metal objects, and mosaics. Perfect for those who are passionate about history and ancient civilization!