It is located in Pothia, the capital of the island, in the district of Agia Triada. Here the historical and cultural course of the place from the Prehistoric to the Post-Byzantine times unfolds according to thematic sections, through the presentation of a large number of bronze and marble sculptures, clay vessels, figurines, tools, coins, cult objects, small artifacts and weapons.
The museum includes a prehistoric collection of ceramics, figurines and sculptures from the Neolithic, Minoan and Mycenaean periods. Collection from the classical and Hellenistic times. Dominating among the exhibits is a bronze colossal female figure "the Lady of Kalymnos" that "emerged" from the sea area of Kalymnos. Also outstanding are the large number of votive sculptures, clay tributes in the shape of cattle, a rare clothed kouros of 530 BC with written decoration and dedicatory inscription found in the sanctuary of Delian Apollo, as well as a huge cult statue of Asclepius from the 2nd century BC.
Source: Foundation of Greater Hellenism