At the convent of Faneromeni, outside the village of Fryni, 4 kilometers from the city of Lefkada, the Ecclesiastical museum exhibits objects from temples and convents of the island, covering a period of time since the second Turkish occupation (1479-1684) up to the incorporation of the island to the Greek State in 1864.
In newly constructed two story building located in the grounds of the Holy Convent, specially designed rooms host a variety of objects of ecclesiastical art. The main bulk of the exhibits comprise of paintings of Eptanese and Lefkadite artists, mainly post Byzantine portable icons and parts of chancel screens (magisterial icons, epistyles, door panels).
Of great interest are the different ecclesiastical manuscripts and old prints from the convents library, with rare publications by Greek and foreign printers of the pro revolution and revolution years. Significant are the silver works exhibited, mainly crosses, grails, candelabra, trays and icon frames and gospel covers.
Finally a variety of canonicals and elements of pontifical uniforms dated from the 18th and 19th century.
Open: April-September, Monday-Saturday 09:00-13:00 and 18:00-20:00.