Even if you’ve got "terra cotta fatigue" after seeing the palace pottery, the numerous display rooms in the converted Knights’ Hospital are still worth a look, if only for a glimpse of the kneeling Aphrodite of Rhodes (Mikri Afroditi)—a truly splendid piece. Also head to the intriguing Prehistoric Exhibit, Turkish House (open till 1pm), and Epigraphical Museum. The ancient road to the harbor is visible underfoot, and touching tombstones (steles) include that of Ploutos, aged just 3, who, we are informed, died “loosening the support of a cart which had upon it a heavy load of stakes. I passed over the threshold of Hades; Antiochis was the name of my mother, who offered me patiently her breast, and Ploutos of my father, who made my grave.”