The Byzantine Museum is housed in the church of Analipsi in Kato Livadi. The visitor can admire artworks of Byzantine and post-Byzantine era such as murals and objects of religious rites. One of the most important exhibits are the fragments of early-Christian floor of the St. John church in Potamos. The museum is open daily.
The history says that it was built of wine by a captain who made a vow to Agios Nicholas to save him from a big storm.
The ship was carrying wine.