The most important archeological museum of Eastern Macedonia and Thrace is located in Thassos. It was built in 1935 and renovated in 1999. The exhibition space has an area of 2,376 sq.m. with 18 rooms, in which there are collections and 1,700 objects from the 7th century BC to the 7th century AD.
In the basement of the museum there are ruins from the Roman and classical period that cannot be visited, but are visible. Among the most important exhibits are the kouros (3.5 meters high), Pegasus, the statues with heads of men and women, the statue of Hadrian, many coins, as well as many masterpieces of sculpture and pottery.