The Archaeological Museum of Kambos (ancient Oinoe) is located on the hill of Agia Irini, preached within the archaeological site.
This is essentially an one-room collection, summarizing findings, as vases and statues from the site of ancient Oinoe, Frandato, Arethousa and Petropouli. Noteworthy are the gems of graves from the cemetery of the ancient city, emerging therein.
Particularly important is a marble sarcophagus of the Late Antiquity, with featured embossed decorations, which is located in the churchyard of Agia Irini, next to the archaeological collection.
Free for all visitors
Information for visitors
- Access to the Museum is served by stairs and there is no ramp for people with mobility problems.
- There are no toilets for the public.
- The Museum does not have a parking plot for private vehicles.
- There is not a shop inside the museum.
- There are no guided tours organized visits.
Tel.:+30 22750 32935
21st Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities
Tel.: +30 22730-62811, +30 22730-62813
Email: [email protected]
To reach the archaeological site of Kambos, take the main asphalt road Evdilos-Armenistis. Access is only by private car, taxi or on foot.