The Archaeological Museum of Aiani is expected to open early in 2000, displaying only finds from Aiani and the surrounding area. The exhibition will cover three areas of interest: the historical development of Aiani from prehistoric times to the Roman period; the groups of finds from the city, the cemetery, and the wider area; and everyday life in antiquity as reflected in the archaeological finds. It will thus be possible to make a scientific presentation of the finds and preserve the educational aspect of the display.
The most important exhibits are a Mycenaean figurine in the shape of a head, a clay stand with matt-painted decoration and a number of vessels with matt-painted decoration from the 14th century bc, a figurine of a kore from the 2nd half of the 6th century bc, bird-shaped clay vessels from the 6th century bc, a gold funerary mouth-piece decorated with lions from the 2nd half of the 6th century bc, a gold fibula of the same period, a marble Ionic capital, a bronze figurine of a kore from the handle of a looking glass, a marble statue of a lion dating to the 5th century bc, the head of a kore, and the head of a kouros.
The museum has designed the archaeology syllabus for junior and senior high school students, which is now being used in local schools in collaboration with the Aiani Museum.