The Monastery houses a Museum of Greek Orthodox Tradition, in a specially organized space. The museum is open to the public. The idea behind the museum was to provide visitors and pilgrims the opportunity to learn the three stages of Greek evolution and tradition, namely Ancient Greece, folk culture, and religious art and Orthodox Christian devotion. The museum is thus organized into three sections: Section A: Artifacts from Ancient Greece.
This is a selection of exhibits (all faithful reproductions), from the workshop of the National Archaeological Museum of Athens, sponsored entirely by the late benefactors Nikolaos & Marika Danias, from Platanos, Nafpaktia. Section B: Various folklore exhibits. All artifacts are originals, representing the various aspects of folk tradition (tools, traditional outfits, household objects and tools, coins, etc.). And Section C: Ecclesiastical Tradition. Exhibits of this section include the vestments of Orthodox clergymen, objects of Divine Worship, Icons, Holy Books, etc. All of the objects have been offered by private individuals who wished to contribute to the creation of a space showcasing the various cultural aspects of Hellenism and the Orthodox Tradition to both Greek and foreign visitors. Also exhibited in Section C are the personal vestments of the blessed high priests of the Metropolis of Nafpaktia (Christoforos, Damaskinos), which were contributed for the same purpose.