Archaeological Museum of Delphi, one of the most important in Greece, presents the history of the famous Delphic sanctuary and the most famous oracle of the ancient Greek world. Its rich collections include mainly architectural sculptures, statues and miniature works of art, tributes of the faithful to the sanctuary, reflecting religious-political and artistic activity throughout its historical course, since the foundation of the Apollonian mosque in the 8th century B.C. until its decline in the years of late antiquity.
The museum is housed in a two-storied building with a total area of 2.270 m². Its permanent exhibition occupies fourteen halls and storage areas of 558 m². It has a ceramics and metal ware maintenance workshop, as well as a Mosaic restoration workshop. After the last renovation of the building, reception and service areas for visitors, a canteen and a tourist information shop were built.