It is an underground building, which externally has the form of an earthen mound. The treasures found in the royal tombs have been exhibited here since November 1997.
Among other things, the visitor can see the golden urn that contained the bones of King Philip II and the oak wreath worn by the deceased. The urn weighs 11 kilos, on its cover there is the Macedonian star, on the sides plant jewels and epithets rosettes. The golden oak wreath is the most valuable wreath that has survived from Greek antiquity. It consists of 313 leaves and 68 acorns and weighs 714 grams.
Editor: Fotini Anastasopoulou