The Historical and Folklore Museum is housed in a 1828 neoclassical building, on the street Spirou Rodi Nr. 16.
On the first floor there is the urban Aegina house which includes relics of Irioti family, library, correspondence and his Panayi Irioti file and antique furniture, engravings, paintings, traditional and urban costumes and various decorative objects.
On the ground floor we can visit the village house with everyday items, textile items, agricultural tools and Fisherman House with fisheries.
Spirou Rodi 16
Located in Plakakia region, just 3 km from the city center, with the bronze statue of the Mother standing opposite him. On 6 rooms-workshops of the museum, which was launched in autumn 1993, you will have the opportunity to discover the creations of the artist of local limestone and even get carving lessons.
Here are exposed works painted during the period between 1963 and 1993, a period that Christos Kapralos worked mainly on the island. Also there are exposed paintings and ceramics.
Opening hours: Wednesday - Friday 8.30 - 15.30 and Saturday - Sunday 9.30 -16.30
Located on the site of the homonymous church. Among the exponents is the copy of the statue of the goddess Athena, and the plate which indicated that the temple was dedicated to Athena Aphaia.
Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday 9.00 - 16.00
Entry fee 6 Euro - Reduced 3 Euro