This proposal for a museum for underwater findings, located on Rossetti Aeronautical base on the island of Leros, attempts to redefine the abandoned landscape introducing new experiences, while paying respect to the distinctive character of the area. Also, the intention is to highlight the space’s identity as a place of memory. The design philosophy behind the proposal is the combination of the kinesthetic perception of space along with experiecial memory. Main idea about the morphology of the building is a path connecting the squares that are in front of the italian buildings and another one opposed to that connecting the mountain with the sea. This way a walk is created, during which the visitor enters the museum and discovers the process of lifting under-water findings from the bottom of the sea, simultaneously they learn their history. Through this knitting of pathways the scenery itself stimulates memory and recalls images from the history surrounding the place.