The Archaeological Museum of Marathon is developed in five rooms and includes findings from the Neolithic to the late Roman period. Right next door there is a patio that houses
Middle Helladic tombs.
The only surviving Egyptian sanctuary in Attica, a visitable archeological site since 2001, while the excavations continue to this day. It dates back to around 160 AD. and is attributed to Herodes Atticus.
In the valley of Limikos at the northeastern end of Attica, the ruins of the ancient municipality of Ramnountos of the Aiantida tribe are preserved. In this area is the famous sanctuary of Nemesis.