The Museum of Marion-Arsinoe is located in Polis Chrysochous. Housing an interesting collection of antiquities excavated in the region, it helps put the history of the area into perspective. The exhibits are from the ancient city of Marion, renamed Arsinoe in the 3rd century BC, its cemeteries and the surrounding area. The Museum consists of two rooms and an atrium. The first room exhibits objects in chronological order tracing the historical development of the area from Neolithic to Medieval times. Exhibited in the second room is an important collection of objects brought to light from the area's rich necropolis.
26 Makarios III Avenue, Polis, Paphos
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 8am-3pm, Thursday 8am-5pm, Saturday 9am-3pm, Monday, Sunday: closed
All year round
Entrance Fee: €1,71