Built in 1960, the Museum of Eretria was enlarged in 1961-62, and again renovated and extended in 1987-1991 by the Greek Archaeological Service (11th Ephorate of Antiquities) in collaboration with the Swiss School of Archaeology.
Two rooms exhibit the important finds from Eretria as well as those from Lefkandi and Amarynthos.
Several scultpures and inscriptions are displayed in the adjacent gallery and in the garden.
Eretria Museum opening hours (2005)
Tuesday to Sunday, from 08.00 to 15.00
Ticket: 2 Euros (1 Euro, reduced admission)
Phone: +30 22290 62 206
Several monuments are freely open to visitors during the Museum opening hours, in particular the West Quarter as well as the pavilion protecting the House with the Mosaics (ask for the key at the Museum).
Access to the theater is unfortunately no longer possible because of the monument's poor state of preservation.
The pavilion of the House with the Mosaics