* Archaeological Museum of Nafplion
The Archaeological Museum of Nafplion is a museum with exhibits of the Neolithic period, mycenaean period, Classical, Hellenistic and Roman periods from all over the southern Argolid. The museum is situated in the central square of the town of Nafplion of the Argolis Prefecture, in Greece. It is housed on the top floor of the old Venetian barracks.
The museum is currently closed to visitors pending remodelling of the exhibition following the movement of many items to the museum at Mycenae.
* Archaeological Museum of Epidaurus
Archaeological Museum of Epidaurus is a museum in Epidaurus, in the Argolis Prefecture of the Peloponnese, Greece. The museum, noted for its reconstructions of temples and its columns and inscriptions, was established in 1902 and opened in 1909 to display artifacts unearthed in the ancient site of Epidaurus in the surrounding area.
* Archaeological Museum of Argos
The Archaeological Museum of Argos (Greek: Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο Άργους) is a museum in Argos, in the Argolis Prefecture of the Peloponnese, Greece. The history of the museum began in April 1932, when the heirs of J. Kallergis donated the building to the Argos city council.They in turn gave it to the Greek state along with the surrounding area on October 25, 1955.
* War Museum in Nafplio
The War Museum is housed in the two storey-neo-classical building, where from 1828 to 1834 the first Cadet School or Central Military School operated. The founder was the first governor of Greece, Ioannis Kapodistrias, and the school's mission was to provide the army with suitably educated recruits. The Cadet School has been restored and since 1988 has housed the war museum a branch of the War Museum of Athens. The museum's mission is to present important events from modern Greek history, which emphasis on the contribution of the citizens of Argolis to the struggles of the Greek nation, from the revolution of 1821 to the liberation of Greece from the German occupying forces in 1944.
Source: Nafplio travel guide