It contains various finds from north Ithaca, spanning the period from the Early Helladic to the Roman periods.
The most important items of the exhibition are:
- Fragments of large, bronze tripods from Polis Cave. Dated to the 9th-8th centuries B.C.
- Clay plate with a representation of a cock. It was found at Polis Cave and dates to the 7th century B.C.
- Clay mask. Fragments of a mask with an incised inscription that reads: ΕΥΧΗΝ ΟΔΥΣΣΕΙ. Dated to the 1st or the 2nd century B.C.
- Stone relief bearing a representation of dancing Nymphs. It was found at Polis Cave and dates to the Hellenistic period.