The Caesarea Antiquity Museum

The Caesarea Antiquity Museum is located next to the Anna Szenes House in Kibbutz Sdot Yam and contains a large amount of unique archeological findings discovered in Caesarea and its regions. The museum contains three exhibition rooms displaying items and finds from Caesarea’s different periods, which also teach visitors about the daily lives of the city’s inhabitants. Some of the findings were discovered by members of the kibbutz, while other were discovered in excavations in Caesarea. Among the findings there are marble statues, oil lamps, coins, cosmetic appliances, pottery discovered in the sea and rare findings from Caesarea’s ancient synagogue. There is also a large Roman-style courtyard with columns, capitals, sarcophagi, large marble statues, and architectural findings from Caesarea and the area.