The museum contains a variety of ancient vessels, pottery, ceramics, alabasters, statues, inscriptions, coins, weapons and copper vessels.
Aegina Archaeological Museum is a museum in Aegina, Greece.
Founded in 1828 by Ioannis Kapodistrias.
In the lobby of the museum, there is a representation of the first greek residence, called "the white house".
It had 2 floors and a loundry that was made of copper and embossed tombs from the cemetary of Rineias.
The museum consists of 3 rooms in which are all these exhibit.