Situated in the archaeological site of Asclepieion, it was constructed in the early 20th century to shelter the restored monuments of the Asclepieion and the findings from the excavations in the area. A great number of the original sculptures have been transferred to the National Archaeological Museum of Athens and replaced by plaster copies back in Epidaurus. Among the most important exhibits are the entablature of the Temple of Asclepius (380-375 BC), the entablature of the Temple of Artemis (370-310 BC) and the statue of god Asclepius (copy).