It is an old ice factory, which belongs to Mantzavelakis family and was restored and transformed into a folklore museum.
The lower level exhibits are from a typical “Andros Home”, while the upper level -used to function as an olive mill- is dedicated to the 18th century Christian art of Andros.
During that period, great Andriot painters, whose works are still preserved in various churches of the island, excelled (Theodosios, Nicholaos Mintrinos, D. Bernardis etc.).
The area is divided into three sections and aside hagiography, there are references in ecclesiastical silverwork and wood-carved iconostases.
Opening hours Summer season: In July, weekends only (10.00-14.00) and in August, daily (10.00-14.00)