Department of Antiquities


Museums
Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District

Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District


The Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District was initially housed in a room of the Saint Lazarus Church. In 1948 the collection was moved to the city's Ottoman period castle and in 1969 the current Museum was established. In 2022 the museum's exhibition was upgraded.
Wing I is dedicated to the Prehistory and Proto-history of the Larnaka town and District with the Pre-Pottery Neolithic, Pottery Neolithic, Early-Middle Bronze Age and Late Bronze Age represented.

Wing II displays exhibits from the Historic periods of the city and district of Larnaka.


Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District: Pre-Pottery Neolithic period


Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District: Pottery Neolithic period


Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District: Chalcolithic period



Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District: Early-Middle Bronze Age


Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District: Late Bronze Age


Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District: Kition in the Iron Age


Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District



Archaeological Museum of the Larnaka District









District/AddressLarnaka /Plateia Kalograion
Telephone24304169
Opening hours

for Public Holiday opening hours see home page
Monday: closed
Tuesday - Sunday: 9:00 - 16:30


Closed on Public holidays
AdmissionFREE ENTRY
Accessibility

Entrance: Chair Lift

accessible WC
parking space
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