Caesarea Maritima Museum houses the largest collection of archeological artifacts related to Herod's city, ancient Caesarea. Some were uncovered accidently while tilling the fields while many others were discovered in archeological excavations.
The various finds include marble statues, sarcophagi, inscriptions, coins, oil lamps, pottery, jewelry, metal utensils, amphorae, etc. from the Roman/ Herodian, Byzantine, Muslin and Crusader periods. Also on exhibit are artifacts from Caesarea Synagogue, mosaics and remnants of Jewish headstones.
The museum welcomes groups of all ages. There is a variety of activities of groups of students (including hands-on archaeological activities).