In the 1980s, Nikos Paralis and the local Folklore Association set up a folklore museum based on artefacts donated by the villagers
The folklore collection of the museum includes approximately 1500 objects, donated during the last 20 years by the inhabitants of Nikiti to the Nikitean philologist Mr Dimitrios Dimaras.
The Folklore Museum of Polichrono founded in 2014 and officially launched on August 17, 2014
The exhibition presents the traditional life of Vavdos through artefacts and photographs from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century
35 kilometres from Thessaloniki on the old Thessaloniki – Nea Moudania national highway is the village of Petralona. The cave and the Anthropological Museum are a further 2 km beyond the village.
The 10th Directorate of Byzantine Antiquities has set up the Christian Halkidiki exhibition in Ouranoupoli, Halkidiki, which is the village where visitors and pilgrims embark for Mount Athos.
The museum opened in July 1998 in a building on the archaeological site of ancient Olynthos, 5 km from Moudania, Halkidiki.
The Poliyiros Folklore Museum opened in May 1998 on the initiative of the Women’s Voluntary Association for Community Development
Arnaia is a picturesque little town in Halkidiki, 58 km from Thessaloniki and 37 km from Poliyiros