The Archaeological Museum of Igoumenitsa is a modern regional museum operating since the end of 2009 in a newly built building in the northern entrance of the city. The collection of the permanent exhibition of the Archaeological Museum of Igoumenitsa, entitled “Thesproton Country” covers the archaeological periods from the Middle Palaeolithic (100,000 BC) to the times of Ottoman sovereignty (19th century AD), presenting through Selected findings and rich accompanying information material of the most important stations in the history of the Thesprotic Space. Interesting focuses on the Hellenistic age, a period of great bloom and especially representative for the region of Epirus in general. The exhibition develops at three levels and is structured in five sub-themes: archaeological – historical review, settlements of historical times, public life, private life, burial customs. With the help of technology (projections) at various points in the exhibition ground, guests allow for additional information and information. In the museum there is still a multi-purpose room, projection room, patio – small amphitheater and open terrace, where periodic exhibitions, educational programs and a variety of cultural events are hosted throughout the year. There is a ramp access to the entrance while browsing the exhibition and the museum’s premises is supported by an elevator. Special arrangements have been made in the hygiene. Generally, in the interior and outdoor spaces of the museum, the required work has taken place to ensure the safe and autonomous movement of all people with motor disabilities, mobility difficulties and impeded persons. It is open Wednesday to Monday and hours 8: 30-15: 30 (Tuesday: Closed). However, it is recommended that your prior communication is to confirm the information related to the possibility of visiting space and access to space.