The Delphi Museum is one of the most important museums in Greece. It houses the treasures found in the archaeological Delphi sanctuary which was the location of the most famous ancient Greek Oracle of Delphi.
The museum houses a rich collection of sculptures and statues that reflect artistic, religious and athletic activities from the 8th century BC to its decline in Late Antiquity.
The museum is very spacious and laid out quite well over a 22,270 square meter area with fourteen exhibition rooms. First built in 1903 it was enlarged 1938 to house the growing collection of antiquities found at the excavation site. In 1958. it was again modified to a larger two story construction.