The Archaeological Museum of Mykonos is one of the most seasoned in Greece and is situated on the slope over the port of Mykonos. Worked in the early long periods of the twentieth century to house the finds from the unearthing at Rinia. It merits visiting. The working in its unique frame had neoclassic outline however in repairs and increments of 1935 and 1970 took its Cycladic shape with level roofs. Respect their well known stoneware, the overwhelming statues and the remarkable jewelleries.
The museum incorporates six rooms and here are accumulation of models and tombs of Rinia yet additionally vital finds from unearthing in Mykonos. The rich gathering of earthenware production is illustrative of Cycladic stoneware. The accumulation of ceramics incorporates vases of workshops in Cyclades dated from ninth and eighth century BC. The most popular display is the internment substance amphora with reliefs of the fall of Troy, in room E. At a similar floor guests can likewise appreciate Melian ceramics, dark figured vases of Ionia and two extensive marital boilers.
In Room D uncovered headstones from Rinia of which emerges the segment of Tertias Orarias. In room A there are pots of Mykonos, miniatures, gems and weapons. At the patio put gravestones, statues, engravings and a sarcophagus from Rinia. The museum is open day by day with the exception of Mondays 8:30 to 15:00.