The plaque with the hymn of the goddess Isis, coins, sculptures, statues.
The Museum is situated in a building of the Palaeopolis community, sponsored by the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation. Its collection includes sculptures, statues, coins and inscriptions found in the excavations of the ancient capital of the island and today’s name is Paleopolis. The most important exhibits are the marble lion, the marble statuette of Artemis and the marble plaque with the unique hymn in Greece in honor of the goddess Isis. It is located in the center of the settlement of Paleopolis (15 km from Gavrio and 20 km from Chora).