The Archaeological Museum of Syros was founded in 1834 and is one of the oldest museums in Greece. Since 1899 it is housed in 4 rooms of the City Hall of Ermoupolis and offers an independent entrance from the historic Miaouli Square. The museum’s collections include exhibits such as the Depik Amfikypellon, a tubular cup 15 cm high from the end of the 3rd millennium, the Compass, a 7 cm tall vase from the second half of the 3rd millennium, the marble figurine of a 35 cm tall female figure from 730 BC, as well as other Early Cycladic and Byzantine exhibits, sculptures and inscriptions. There is also an exhibition of archaeologist Christos Tsountas at the museum.
Monday-Wednesday-Friday-Saturday-Sunday: 09:00 – 16:00
Tuesday to Thursday: Closed