It is housed in the Cultural Center of the Municipality of Lefkada, in a modern building, and houses a variety of findings from ancient Niriko, Nydri, Hoirospilia (Egiros) and the cave at Fryni. The exhibits date from the Middle Paleolithic era (200,000 - 35,000 BC) to the late Roman period. These are ceramic vessels, figurines, jewelry and offerings from graves, architectural members...etc. In the Dorpfeld room, findings from the excavations carried out on the island by the German archaeologist, supporter of the theory that Lefkada is the Homeric Ithaca, are exhibited.
Editor: Niki Kalopaidis