Dion Archeological Museum
The excavation of the area commenced in 1982 and is continued at present by the University of Thessaloniki. It has brought to light a fortified city, surrounded by cult areas, that was inhabited continuously from the Classical period to Early Christian times. Buildings of various periods have been discovered in a series of different levels. Private residences, public buildings, shops, and a large number of workshops are erected in building blocks defined by the streets. On the south edge of the ancient city are the public baths (thermae), an imposing complex covering an area of over 4,000 square metres and dating from about A.D. 200.
Olympus National Park Information Center
Mount Olympus is the highest mountain of Greece, its main summit of Mytikas 9or Pantheon) rising to an altitude of 2918 m. According to the Greek mythology Mount Olympus was the home of the 12 ancient Greek gods and goddesses, while in 1938 Mount Olympus was established as Greece’s first national park with ultimate goal the preservation of its naturan and cultural wealth. According to the Greek law, Mount Olympus National Park core covers an area of about 40,000 acres in which all kinds of exploitation are prohibited.
Olympus Geological History Museum
There are eight refuges operating on Olympus which cover the needs of visitors, hikers, walkers, climbers and mountaineers.
Orthodox Religius Museum
The Ecclesiastical Museum of the Archdiocese of Kitros, Katerini and Platamon is located on the ground floor of the Metropolitan Palace of Katerini.The theological dimension of the icon and the sacred relics are reflected in the space-time in the museum, through various and numerous remarkable exhibits.