The Archaeological Museum was built by the American Archaeological mission in Palaiapoli and contains findings from the Americans’ excavations and others were occasionally found by the islanders. The majority of the exhibits comes from the Temple of Great Gods. The museum is maintained by the Greek state and the structure of the exhibition is as follows:
• A Room: Architectural Restoration of wings of buildings
The Dome of Arsinoe
The chamber of dedications etc.
• B Room: The Marble head of Tiresias
Part of the frieze of the building with the Dancers
Representation of the entry gate of Ptolemy
Exhibits relevant to worship of the Sanctuary
Coins and architectural pieces.
• C Room: Architectural parts from the Building with the dancers and the Sacred House
The headless statue of Nike, a part of the wing and the left hand of Nike
Pottery of the Iron Age and
Metal objects and ritual objects
Grave offerings, signs and findings from the Byzantine period.
• D Room: Burial pots, sets from Necropolis,
Jewelry and coins
Model of the statue Nike of Samothraki that is in the Louvre.