Welcome to the Archaeological Museum of Nicopolis

The Archaeological Museum of Nicopolis (AMN) is solely devoted to the exhibition and preservation of artifacts originating from Nicopolis, a city founded by Octavian to commemorate his triumph in the naval battle of Actium in 31 BC.

Using the core concept of “One Battle, One City, One Empire,” the museum dissects the history of this magnificent city and shares it with the wider audience.


Exhibit of the month

MARCH 2022

Figurine depicting an actor wearing a theatrical mask.
Roman period

In 1975, a 5 cm-high clay figurine representing an actor, with only the head remaining intact, was unearthed within Nymphaea, the public fountains situated at Nicopolis’ Western Gate.
The actor wears a mask and features a broad, gaping mouth, defined eyebrows, pronounced wrinkles on the forehead and cheeks, His mustache and beard are indicated by engravings.


Don’t miss it.

The museum’s permanent exhibition includes over 1,100 items, meticulously arranged into nine themes section. For your convenience, we have identified the most notable exhibits within each section to enhance your exploration experience.


Plan your visit

Regular: 8 euros
Reduced: 4 euros
A single ticket grants access to both, the Archaeological Museum and the Archaeological Site of Nicopolis.

Opening hours
Winter (November 1st –March 31st)
08:30 – 15:30 daily
Summer (April 1st–October 31st)
08:00 – 20:00 daily except Tuesday

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