The Eretria Archaeological Museum was founded in 1960, but the current structure was expanded and renovated in 1989-1991 by the local Ephorate of Antiquities in collaboration with the Swiss School of Archaeology. The project was also funded by the latter.
The exhibits span all periods of antiquity and come from all over the world. The sculptures from the temple of Apollo Daphnephoros and the finds from the protogeometric cemeteries of Lefkandi and Eretria are among the most important.
Among the museum’s most important exhibits are: