Archaeological Museum of Syros

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The Archaeological Museum is one of the oldest museums in Greece. Founded in 1834-35 and is now housed on the ground floor of the Town Hall with its own entrance from the west side. The museum exhibits various findings from the archaeological site of Chalandriani (Northern Syros, second Cycladic period) after the excavations carried out by Ch. Tsountas, and interesting Hellenistic and Roman sculptures, inscriptions and tombstones from Ermoupoli.

Open to the public Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:30 am - 3:00 pm. Entry is free. Tel. 22810 88487.