The Aletra building is located in the central square of Afytos. It was built in 1889 by Triantaphyllos Aletra. It is a remarkable example of urban architecture and expresses the provincial neoclassicism that prevailed in Macedonia in the early 19th century.
Today it is used as a place of culture. On the ground floor there is a lending library and an exhibition space that hosts exhibitions of the village associations as well as various artists. In the basement there is a collection of agricultural tools while on the first floor there is a traditional house of Afytos. All the exhibits of the museum (furniture, textiles, kitchen utensils, tools) are kindly sponsored by the villagers.
Folklore Museum "Archontiko Oikonomou"
The Folklore Museum of Kassandria was created in 2003, welcomes you to its place and promises you a journey of memory in the past of the place. The exhibits try to give a picture of life in Kassandria during the last century. A one-room house was erected on the first floor of the building. The dominant exhibit is the loom and around it various textiles that Kassandrin girls had woven with more art and passion. Elsewhere you can see tools and objects used in various professions. On the walls there is a large collection of black and white photographs of locations and snapshots of life in Cassandra of the last century.
Folklore Museum of Polychrono
The Folklore Museum was founded in 2014, it is a creation of the Cultural Association of Polychronos. It is located behind the Church of St. Athanasiou, and next to the community store. The purpose of the Museum is to preserve the cultural and intellectual heritage. Exhibition of agricultural tools, equipment and utensils for the preparation of bread, beekeeping items and carpentry equipment. There is a section with textile equipment, tools and everyday household items, traditional costumes. Photographic material of the village, historical documents, maps, banknotes and photographic material from archeological findings of the village. The Museum also has a small library with books of historical content, which is constantly enriched with new publications and titles.