Many museums operate in the front courtyard of the complex of Evangelistria.
– Museum of Artists from Tinos. It was established in the year 1930 and includes paintings and sculptures by artists from Tinos. You will see sculptures and paintings from the 19th and the first half of the 20th century by the Fytali brothers, Georgios Vitalis, Dimitris Filippotis, Lazaros Sochos, Ioannis Lampaditis, Ioannis Voulgaris, and others.
-Art gallery. Works and copies of the work of great painters are included, such as Nikiforos Lytras, Nikolaos Gyzis, Georgios Roilos, Georgios Iakovidis, Konstantinos Volanakis, Konstantinos Parthenis, and others.
Exhibition of icons and treasures. Icons that were gathered by various churches and monasteries of Tinos are exhibited, as well as historical treasures of inestimable value. Here you will see the copy of the icon of the Virgin, the old replica of Christ’s tomb, the ring of Kolokotronis and one of the three surviving maps designed by Rigas Ferraios (printed in the year 1797).
– Antonios Sochos Hall. With sculptures by the professor and academician of the Polytechnic School Antonios Sochos, which he donated himself to the Holy Foundation of Evangelistria in the year 1966.
– The Vestry. Its exhibit cases contain silver votive offerings, objects used for worship, stoles and mitres embroidered with golden thread, artfully crafted Gospel covers, and other items.
Information about all museums can be obtained from the telephone number: +30 22830 22256