CLOSED DUE TO RESTORATION WORKS. Photo Exhibition about History of Agios Nikolaos is only Open: 8:00-15:00, except Mondays (admission free)
The Archaeological Museum of Agios Nikolaos was founded in 1970 and houses findings from the Neolithic Age, the Minoan Era and the Graeco-Roman Times from the Lassithi prefecture.
Among the findings, most important are the skull of an athlete, crowned with gold olive wreath and a silver coin from Polirinia in his mouth (a compensation of the ferryman of Hades), and the figurine Goddess of Myrtos. There are more findings from the necropolis of the Agia Fotia, Myrtos, Malia, etc.