The Byzantine Museum of Fthiotida is located in Ypati and is housed in the building of the so-called “Kapodistrian Straton”, which was erected in 1836 for the needs of the Greek army. This building was designated as a historic monument in 1982. It is a modern exhibition area with archaeological finds from the entire area of the present prefecture of Fthiotida, covering chronologically a wide period from the Early Christian to the Late Byzantine period (4th-14th c.).
The exhibition is characterized by vibrancy and invites the public to participate actively, as the findings are accompanied by abundant material, texts, design impressions and photographs of the historical background, production period and use.
The Byzantine Museum of Fthiotida offers a series of exhibits that impart the rich cultural heritage, the historical continuity of the people and the documentation of their way of life.
They are available for a visit every day from 08:00 to 15:00.