Tuesday-Sunday 9.00-16.00. Monday closed.
Full: €2, Reduced: €1
Special ticket package: Full: €2, Reduced: €1
The Archaeological Museum of Amfissa showcases finds from Amfissa and other sites in the Prefecture of Phocis, dating from the Bronze Age to the Early Byzantine period, which illustrate fully the ancient history of region.
The permanent collection of the Archaeological Museum of Amfissa contains finds from the city of Amfissa and other sites in the Prefecture of Phocis, which in ancient times belonged to the territory of Western Lokris, Aetolia, Phocea, Oitaia and to that of the Dorians. These finds date from the Early Bronze Age to Late Antiquity (2800 BC-sixth century BC).
- Archaeological finds from Kirra (Ground floor, Space A)
- Archaeological finds from Kallio (Ground floor, Space B)
- Archaeological finds from various sites of ancient Phocis and West Lokris (Ground floor, Space C)
- Archaeological finds from Amfissa (First floor)
- Coinage-exchange (First floor, Small room)
- Inscriptions and mosaics (Courtyard)