“The collections of the museum include:
An old collection of unknown provenance.
Excavation finds from the ancient city of Corfu.
Finds from the Kerkyraean Cassiope.
Finds from the excavations in the district of Thesprotia.
Some of the most important items of the exhibition are:
The “Gorgo pediment”. Monumental pediment showing the mythical Gorgo, from the west facade of the Doric temple of Artemis. It is the oldest preserved large stone pediment in Greece, dated to 590-580 B.C.
“Lion of Menecrates”. Funerary statue of a crouching lion, found near the cenotaph of Menecrates. This imposing piece is the work of a famous Corinthian sculptor of the Archaic period. Dated to the end of the 7th century B.C."over 7 years ago