Tuesday to Sunday : 08:00 - 15:00
Monday : Closed
Monday to Saturday : 08:30 - 15:00
Sunday : Closed
The Archaeological Museum of Nisyros at Mandraki is a creation of the initiative of the Giannidis brothers, with whose money built the building that also houses allocated to the Ministry of Culture in 2001. It includes findings from prehistoric plant in volcanic islet Glass, opposite Nissiros, the which date back to the Final Neolithic Period of the 4th millennium BC, where excavations have revealed an intact Neolithic oval building, remains of other buildings, and cemetery. Also out rich finds from the necropolis of the ancient city, dating from the Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic Period.
The museum includes discoveries from the early Christian, Byzantine and post-Byzantine Nisyros. Early Christian capitals of the 5th and 6th century AD, depiction of Middle Byzantine iconostasis from the church of Panagia Spiliani, parts of frescoes of the Byzantine churches of the island, visual material about the most important churches, castles and knights icons of post-Byzantine churches Nisyros.