The Museum of Archaeology is a tiny one-room museum in the center of Saranda. There is an excavation of a mosaic floor, some archaeological objects and pictures of other archaeological sites.
The main attraction of the museum is obviously the 6th century mosaic pavement as the museum was specifically built to protect it. The mosaic was discovered during the building of the neighboring post office and is thought to have been the floor of a basilica.
The museum also has some photos and information on display about the ruins of Butrint, a UNESCO World Heritage Site south of Saranda. You can also see information about Phoenice and the Islamic buildings around Delvina.
On display are also some archaeological objects that have been found in and around Saranda, like columns, vases and other pottery.