The Pedoulas Byzantine Museum was created under the high priesthood of Bishop Neophytos of Morphou to house icons and sacred relics (13th-20th c.).
The late Andreas Ellinas was the founder and generous sponsor of the Byzantine Museum . The contribution of Rev. Archpriest Charalambos Kourris, who collected and preserved icons and other relics in the church of the Holy Cross that are now exhibited in the Byzantine Museum. The Pedoulas Byzantine Museum was inaugurated in 1999 by the then Mayor of Athens Dimitris Avramopoulos and is open daily except on Mondays from 10.30 am to 4.50 pm. Admission is currently free, but we accept contributions for the maintenance and smooth operation of the Museum.