Archaeological Museum of Delphi
Updated: Nov 22, 2019
It is one of the most important and most visited museums in Greece, housing the discoveries of the sanctuary of Delphi.
It is operated by the Greek Ministry of Culture (Ephorate of Antiquities of Phocis) since 1903. The discoveries of the museum date from the Late Helladic (Mycenean) period to the early Byzantine era. The museum is organized in 14 rooms at two levels, in a total space of 2.270 m2.
Some of the most important displays are the famous Charioteer of Delphi, the frieze of the Siphnian Treasury and the Sphinx of Naxos.