The Byzantine Museum situated within the church of Agios Lazaros occupies some of the remaining cells of the hypostyle porch to its south. Within this museum, visitors can explore a collection of significant religious icons, artifacts, and relics, encompassing Byzantine icons, gospels, crosses, and other valuable ecclesiastical treasures originating from the entire Larnaca district.
The Larnaca District Archaeological Museum contains an extensive assortment of archaeological discoveries from the entire Larnaka district, encompassing artifacts from the ancient city-kingdom of Kition, as well as the major Neolithic settlements of Choirokitia and Tenta - Kalavasos.
The archaeological site of Choirokoitia stands as an exceptionally well-preserved Neolithic Age settlement, earning its rightful place as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998. Throughout the settlement, one can find remains from various stages of the Neolithic Age, offering valuable insights into the ancient living conditions of the region and the widespread influence of Neolithic culture across the area.
The Folklore Museum in Aradippou village was established in 2007 with the primary purpose of conserving, researching, and promoting the rich Cypriot Folklore Tradition. This museum is located in a historical mansion dating back to 1901. It utilizes both the basement and upper storey for its exhibits, while a charming small amphitheater in the yard hosts cultural and artistic performances as well as exhibitions during the summer season.
The settlement of Tenta, belonging to the Neolithic Age, can be found not far from Kalavasos village, with its origins dating back to 7000 BC. As one of the most notable Neolithic settlements on the island, it features a distinct cone-shaped roof, representing a modern architectural addition to the landscape.
The Kallinikeio Municipal Museum of Athienou, located in the Kallinikeio Municipal Hall, showcases various aspects of the area's history from the Late Bronze Age (1600-1050 BC) to the present day. It is divided into three main collections: the Archaeological Collection, the Collection of Ecclesiastical Art, and the Ethnographic Collection.
Situated amidst the Municipal Gardens and its park, the charming Municipal Museum of Natural History in Larnaca features various themed collections, showcasing indigenous reptiles, insects, birds, animals, marine life, fossils, and rock formations.
Situated in the heart of Larnaca, the Medical Museum of Kyriazi is housed within a charming 1927 mansion. This museum offers a captivating journey through the medical, healing, and health history of Cyprus, tracing its profound ties to antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Ottoman period. From artifacts dating back to Ancient Roman times to those from the 1980s, the exhibits encompass a wide temporal range. The primary collection focuses on the era spanning from 1850 to 1950 AD.