ΤThe Archaeological Museum of Lamia housed in an impressive building era of Otto, which served as barracks situated on the hilltop castle of Lamia. The museum's collections include archaeological finds from excavations in Fthiotida and Evritania. Characteristic findings contained in twelve thematic sections, which cover the entire prehistoric and historic period to Roman times. The findings give an insight into the history of the area, which includes parts of ancient Phokida, East Lokrida, Dorida, of Achaia, Fthiotida and Malidas (range Maliako vagina).
The prehistory of the region presented through handmade pottery, clay figurines, stone tools, jewelery and seals, of which extracted on the daily lives of people and their artistic skills. Components traditional costumes, armor (helmet boar's tusk), jewelry, pottery and tools prsferoun information about lifestyle in the Mycenaean era and welfare of people, and some of the findings are examples of excellent craftsmanship.
Interestingly the offerings tombs Sub-Mycenaean and Geometric period, where through representations tombs are given a picture of burial and funerary customs, while the archaic period represented by architectural and tributes, found in the temple of Artemis at Kalapodi Lokridas.
The Archaeological Museum of Lamia falls in the 14th Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, the staff of which is open daily except Mondays and Sundays winter season (entrance by ticket). In modern lecture hall, working on the ground floor of the building, meetings of all disciplines and scientific lectures. Finally, the museum made tours schools, scientists, officials, etc.