Monday: 12:00 AM-5:00 pm
Tuesday-Sunday: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 pm
Full: € 2, Reduced: € 1
The Archaeological Museum of Veria houses finds from archaeological sites of Imathia dating from the Hellenistic and Roman times. But the picture is not representative, as in the warehouses there are a number of important findings from prehistoric times (eg New Izmit), but also from the Iron Age (Cemetery tombs at Vergina). In the garden of the Museum there is also a large number of honorary and funerary altars and various types of inscriptions. Most important exhibit of the museum is the inscription with the "headmaster" Law of Veria (normative text of the operation of the High School of the ancient city).
- Burial Hellenistic sets, mock tombs
Important Hellenistic funerary ensembles like the crater of Kerch, a sword with chryselephantine handle and jug - ballot box, cabinet with pottery, figurines, gold coins.
- Sculptures, reliefs, inscriptions, pottery, Hellenistic figurines
Inscribed epitlymvies columns, important for the history of Veria inscriptions, statues, sculpted works, clay sima with lion head from the School of Aristotle and showcase with vessels.
- Sculptures, reliefs, portraits, vases, figurines, jewelry Roman era
Bust river god Olganos, male-female portraits, marble Trapezoforos, statues, windows with glass vessels, jewelry and figurines.