Lemesos (Limassol) District Archaeological Museum contains finds from Kourion and Amathous, the two important city-kingdoms near Lemesos (Limassol), as well as from around thirty other archaeological sites in the district. Some of the exhibits date back to the era before Cyprus had even been settled, such as the skull and jawbone of a pygmy hippopotamus and the tusk of a dwarf elephant found on the Akrotiri peninsula. Among the finds from Kourion is a large storage jar that stands one and a half meters tall. The museum also houses an extensive collection of pottery, stone tools, gold, silver and bronze jewelry and Byzantine artifacts.
Corner of Kaningos and Vyronos Streets.
Open :Mon – Fri 09:00 – 17:00, Sat 10:00 – 13:00.