Right in the centre of Hora, this museum boasts findings from all over Tinos, including a variety of ancient household objects, vessels, vases from the Geometric era, archaic amphorae, funerary steles dating to the 5th century BC, coins, mosaics and part of the frieze belonging to the altar of Poseidon.
The church complex is home to over 100 paintings and replicas by famous artists, both Greek and foreign. This includes artworks from the Ionian and Italian renaissance periods, as well as cutlery, vases, bibelots and others. The museum of Tinian Artists is also located there.
Also part of the Church of Panagia buildings, the museum reveals the live of this well-known scholar from Tinos, with plaster and wood carvings made by the artist.
In the village by the same name, this museum features rich icons from different churches as well as religious paraphernalia from vestments to old books.
Go back in time with the thousands of papers and documents about Catholicism – and its relation to culture, society and economy – in the Cyclades. Some of these go as far back as the 15th and 16th centuries.
Very interesting relief works and sculptures by Greek artists are on display here (beside the museum of Yiannoulis Chalepas).
The village of Ysternia features a little museum of local artists. The village also hosts some great old churches (e.g. Agios Athanassios).
In the village of Komi in the middle of the island, there is a cultural museum that delves into the culture of the area.