Excavations were conducted for the first time at the end of last century by the British Archaeological School at Athens. At that time they revealed the theatre , the Thersileion Bouleuterion and remains of the ancient Agora. In 1990 Profs. Lanter and Spyropoulos started new excavations at the ancient Agora. Special studies are already ready and restoration work is going to start at the area of the Ancient theatre.

The most important monuments of the site are:

1) The ancient theatre of the 4th century B.C.

2) The ancient Agora that includes the following excavated monuments: Temple of Zeus Soteros, Philippeian Stoa and part of Myropolidos Stoa.

3) Remains of the walls.

4) The Thersileion Bouleuterion