The Archaeological Museum of Tinos is located on the main uphill road that leads to the church of Panagia Evangelistria. It is a structure that was built by the Greek Archaeological Society, while the architectural design was delivered by Ch. Bouras.
What are the exhibits of the Archaeological Museum of Tinos?
Among the museum's exhibits are pottery, collections of ancient coins, and other archaeological findings from different chronological periods. Particularly impressive are the famous storage pits discovered in the sanctuary of Dietra and Kore at the foothills of the village Ksoburgo, as well as the various exhibits from parts of the temple of Poseidon and Amphitrite.