A very interesting museum that needs about an hour, an hour and a half to get around. The best museum after the one in Olympia. It has many impressive findings. I loved the Sphinx and its size is so large that you can't believe it would actually stand on top of a column. The statues were also gorgeous, you feel you can actually touch many of them. Isn't it amazing how they could carve on the marble even the slightest detail of the human body, a vein, the nail of a toe, the eye brushes, the ear lobe? I was fascinated! After all the treasuries I had seen in the previous rooms, eventually I was not that impressed by the famous Charioteer (exhibited in the last room) except for his eyes that were painted and looked real.
Once you get into the museum, there is a miniature of the site in the ancient times. There I heard a tour guide telling that over the years the temples and the oracles had been destroyed (by wars, rock slidings, earthquakes, etc) and covered by clay, so it actually looked like a mountainside. On the slopes of this mountain, a village had been built, so archaeologists had to move the entire village (to where modern Delphi are now, about 2km far) to start excavations. Pretty shocking, eh?