The museum has a total of five rooms and a shelter in the courtyard, displaying inscriptions and other massive marble and stone objects. The first room features archaeological finds from the prehistoric period of the greater Paphos area. These are mainly finds, such as stone tools, ceramics, jewelry from the settlements of Lemba and Kissonerga, where they were developed during the Chalcolithic period. The second room hosts exhibits from the geometric to the classical period from Palaipafo, Nea Paphos and Marion, such as figurines, decorated pottery, tombstones. In the third room there are exhibits such as sarcophagi, stone sculptures, clay pots, specimens of glass and pottery covering the periods of the Hellenistic and Roman times. The marble bust of the goddess Aphrodite stands out here. The fourth room features objects such as frescoes, pottery of the Roman period, as well as items from the Early Christian period and the Arab raid period. In the fifth room the visitor will see artifacts of the Byzantine and Medieval period, as well as sculptures of the period of the Frankish and Venetian rule.