The Paphos District Archaeological Museum displays a collection of artifacts discovered in the Paphos region, spanning from the Neolithic Age to 1700 AD. The exhibits are spread across five rooms and primarily originate from Palaipafos (Kouklia), Nea Paphos (modern-day Paphos), and Marion-Arsinoe (Polis). Additional items come from various locations such as Pegeia, Kissonerga, Lempa, Pano Arodes, Salamiou, Akourdalia, Pomos, Kidasi, and Geroskipou.
In the Paphos resort of Polis Chrysochous lies the Local Archaeological Museum of Marion-Arsinoe, housing a fascinating array of antiquities uncovered from the ancient city-kingdom's former location. Comprising two rooms and an atrium, the museum showcases its exhibits in a chronological order, reflecting the historical evolution of the region from Neolithic to Medieval times.
Near Coral Bay resort lies the settlement of Maa-Paleokastro, which holds historical significance as the initial dwelling place of the ancient Mycenaean Greeks in 1200 BC. These Greeks migrated to the island after the fall of the Mycenaean Kingdoms in mainland Greece, marking the beginning of Hellenisation on Cyprus. As a result, this site provides valuable insights into the end of the Late Bronze Age on the island.