The Delphi Archaeological Museum, housed in a two-floor building with a total surface area of 2,270 sq. m., with fourteen exhibition rooms, storerooms and conservation laboratories for pottery, metal objects and mosaics, was designed by renowned Greek architect Alexandros Tombazis. The museum displays spectacular exhibits found among the ruins, including the frieze of the Treasury of the Sifnians, the Naxian Sphinx, the Statue of Antinoos, the metopes of the Athenian treasury, the famous bronze Charioteer, originally created to commemorate a victory during the 476 B.C. Pythian Games. It's exhibits reflect its religious, political and artistic activities from its early years in the eight century BC to its decline in Late Antiquity. A new lobby, cafeteria and gift shop were created during the museum's latest refurbishment.