The Lefkada Archaeological Museum is housed in the cultural center of the Borough of Lefkada. The findings exhibited cover a period of time, beginning in the middle of the Paleolithic times (200.000 - 35.000 π.Χ.) and reaching the later Roman times.
In a separate room in the museum, the findings of German archaeologist Willhelm Dairpfeld are exhibited. He is the one who developed the theory that Lefkada is Homer’s Ithaca.
The museum exhibits tools, ceramic and copper jewellery and gems of ancient tombs, mostly from the Ancient city of Nirikos, Nydri, Hoirospilia, Evgiros and the cave in Fryni.
Open: Daily except for Mondays, 08:30-14:30.
Admission: General € 2, student € 1.