Rhodes Archeological Museum is hosted inside the medieval building of the Knights Hospitallier, built in 1440 during the reign of the Knights of Saint John. It is made of two buildings joined by an internal courtyard. In its six rooms the majority of the Greek islands archeological finds are kept . Urns, vases, and a wide collection of classical, Hellenic and Roman sculpture. The most interesting are the statues of two archaic Kouros coming from Kamiros.
Info: open from Tuesday to Sunday (between 1st July and 31st October) 8am-7pm. Winter opening: 8am-3pm.