Archaeological Museum - Located adjacent to the town's commercial harbor this museum houses marble sculptures, ceramics and jewellery, recovered from the islands of Delos, Renia and Mykonos. Included in this collection is a large ceramic vase dated 7th century BC which shows the oldest graphic record of the Trojan Horse.
Open 8:30 am to 3:00 pm, every day except Monday and major public holidays - Tel: +30 22890 22325
Aegean Maritime Museum - Located in the center of town near the area Tria Pigadia the museum displays in the form of models a collection of ships from the pre-Minoan period through to the 19th century. Also on display are nautical and ancient artifacts related to the history of shipping on Mykonos.
Open from April to October, every day, 10:30 am to 1:00 pm and evenings from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm - Tel: +30 22890 22700
Folklore Museum - Located in the "Kastro" or castle area of town and next to Paraportiani a large collection of 19th century antiques can be viewed which include, to name just a few, furniture, tools, ceramics, photographs, and local musical instruments.
Open from April to October, 4:30 pm to 8:30 pm, every day except Sundays - Tel: +30 22890 22591
Folklore branch museum - "Lena's House" - Situated next to the Maritime museum is an authentic 19th century middle class Mykonian house, completely restored with furnishings.
Open in the evenings, except Sundays, from April to October, 6:30pm to 9:30pm - Tel: +30 22890 22390
Folklore branch museum - "The Boni Mill" - One of the island's best examples of a 16th century windmill overlooks the village on the upper east section of town. The mill has been maintained and is fully functional featuring it's customary wood-burning stone oven.
Open from June to September, every day, 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm - Tel: +30 22890 26246