Due to the small size of Antiparos, there are not many museums on the island. There is only a small folklore collection in Chora, the capital of Antiparos, with traditional items of the past decades. The uninhabited island of Despotiko, next to Antiparos, also has archaeological interest, but excavations are still on progress there.
To visit more museums and ancient sites, tourists can head to the neighboring island of Paros. There is a nice archaeological museum in Parikia with exhibits from the surrounding Cyclades islands. On the hill above Parikia, there is the Sanctuary of Asclepius, dating from the 3rd century BC.
Cycladic Art Museum
The Cycladic Art Museum on Antiparos contains exhibits that were found on different parts of the island and copies of those found in Goulandris Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens. In the small and charming museum, you will find copies of famous statuettes such as The Pregnant Lady, the violin shaped figures made of Parian marble and the only exhibit made of opsiolianos (a kind of stone), The Seated Man.