Ecclesiastical Museum of St. Lazarus: Located at the St. Lazarus Church. It exhibits important relics and icons, Byzantine Gospels and Crosses.

Larnaka Medieval Castle: It is situated at the coastal avenue of ‘Foinikoudes’, dating back to the 13th Century. It consists of Antiquities from 4th-16th centuries A.D. Paintings from 11th-16th centuries A.D., Pottery from 12th-18th centuries and Swords dated from the 18th century.

Pierides Museum: This is the nation’s oldest private museum. It mainly projects the Greek Civilization through a journey of Prehistoric, Geometric, Archaic, Classic & Hellenistic times, with objects dating from 4,000 B.C.

Municipal Museum of Natural History: Located within the Municipal Gardens. Large collections of local reptiles, insects, birds, animals, fossils and rock formations are on display.

Kamares (the old Aqueduct): Also known as Bekir Pasha Aqueduct. It was built in 1747 consisting of 75 arches of channelled water from the river Tremithos to Larnaka until 1936. It is one of the most important monuments preserved since the Ottoman period.

Municipal Art Gallery: Located on Europe Square at the Larnaka centre, the Gallery holds mainly modern art exhibitions.

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