The Archaeological Museum of Thassos, located in Limenas, was built in 1935 and was renovated and expanded in 1989-1990. It occupies an area of 2376 sq.m. and consists of 18 halls and 1700 items. It has collections from the 7th century BC until the 7th century AD. It is the most important museum in eastern Macedonia and Thrace. You can find exhibits of pottery, sculpture, coins, inscriptions and statues. Among the most famous exhibits are the Kouros with a height of 3.5 meters, the statue of Andrianos, Pegasus, heads of men and women, as well as embossed representations.