|Archaeological Museum of Heraklion: This museum is one of the largest and most notable museums in Greece and one of the most important ones in Europe. The exhibits include representative examples from all periods of the Cretan prehistory and history. What dominates the museum, however, are the masterpieces of Minoan artists.|
|Nikos Kazantzakis Museum: The aim of the museum is to preserve the work as well as to narrate the life of the Cretan writer. In the exhibition, personal objects of the writer and his family, handwritten work, letters etc are presented.|
|Archaeological Museum of Rethymnon: Its exhibits, that include findings in caves, settlements and other places, offer a complete presentation of the cultural history of the municipality, starting from the Neolithic years and extending till the time of the Roman occupation.|
|Historical and Folklore Museum of Rethymno: It is housed in a Venetian preserved building of the 17th century. Its exhibitions extend to 5 rooms and include mainly artefacts of the traditional hand-made crafts and folklore art.|
|Archaeological Museum of Agios Nikolaos: It was founded in order to exhibit findings of Eastern Crete. Up until then, these findings were presented at the Museum of Heraklion. The exhibition has not taken its final form, however, it covers a large time period from the Neolithic Period until the end of the Greek-Roman era.|
|Archaeological Museum of Chania: The museum aims at promoting the cultural history of the area at the best possible manner, so that it becomes a pole of attraction for visitors, allowing them to admire exhibits from the Neolithic era until the time of Roman occupation.|
Museum of Natural History: The Museum of Natural History is found in Heraklion, it preserves and develops collections, conducts research on the natural inhabitant, promotes its exhibition areas and the particularities of Crete as well as the Mediterranean.