The collection is closed to the public.
The Archaeological Collection of Lidoriki falling by the Tenth Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, was founded to highlight the findings of the city of Kallio from the Geometric to the early Christian times. The findings from excavations and traditions and with the walls of it is that remains today of the ancient city of East Aetolia. The exhibition of the finds of beauty is particularly important because the building today remains flooded by the waters of the artificial lake of Mornos.
The exhibition is housed in the preserved stone building of the old school building (measuring 24,13 x 7,50 m.) And grows in both halls and the courtyard of the building. In the first room presented exhibits from the Geometric to Roman times and mostly the findings from the so-called "house file", a mansion house eminent Kallipolis as pottery, bronze and iron parts of the wooden doors and clay sealings that guaranteed the written in papyrus documents. On the wall are hung pieces with motifs of the mosaic Roman bath.
In the second room are inscribed mosaic floor-Christian basilica and small tombs from the Late Roman period. In the courtyard of the building exposed stone inscriptions save important information about the city's history.