Archaeological Museum of ParosParos 844 00, Greece
In 1960 a large hall was built next to the Middle School in order to house the antiquities found on Paros that theretofore were stored in the cells of Ekatontapyliani. The second hall was built at the end of that decade and in 1995 construction began again and the Museum was extended to its present dimensions. The collections it contains: Hall A: Sculpture of the Ancient and Classical Periods. Hall B: Small ceramic and sculpted artifacts from the Neolithic, Proto-Cycladic, Mycenaean, Geometric, Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman periods. Courtyard: Sculpture, architectural elements, internment urns/sarcophagi and a mosaic floor from the Roman Period.