With this assumption, taking into account the protection needs and the particularities of the monuments, but also the residential model of the ancient city itself, which was an 'open' urban structure with small and larger settlements, scattered around a central core, the asty, we proceeded in a new, 'holistic' and dynamic approach to the issue of the relationship between archaeological site - museum - visitor with the creation of the multifaceted, versatile, flexible and constantly evolving Polycentric Museum of the Aigai which, with modules scattered in the real-geographic space, will embrace and it integrates the entire archaeological site and will expand with the help of technology to the transcendental world of virtual reality and the internet.
In the current phase, the following sections have been formed that make up the Polycentric Museum of Aigai that can be visited:
1. The new museum building.
2. The protective shell of the burial cluster of Philip II with the display of the treasures.
3. The archaeological park of the necropolis with the royal burial cluster of the Temenids.
4. The palace and the theater.
5. The decorated with murals church of Saint Demetrius, located at the eastern end of the archaeological site.
Any monuments, clusters of monuments or parts of the archaeological site that are maintained, organized and can receive visitors can be successively added to this set.