To the North of the Treasury of the Siphnians stand the remains of the Treasury of the Megarians, dated to the end of the 6th century B.C. The building has been reconstructed in the form of a Doric treasury distyle in antis. At a later stage the initial building was replaced by a trapezoid building with a façade made of dark limestone, which is covered 42 inscriptions, 26 of which refer to the Megarians. The type of the inscriptions indicates a dating in the 5th century B.C. The foundations and the wall with the inscriptions were restored in 1975-1976.