The museum of the Preveli Monastery
houses an important collection of its heirlooms preserved today, including icons dated from the 17th century,
gold - embroidered vestments, ecclesiastical liturgical vessels and other relics of the 18th and 19th centuries.
The monastery also maintains a significant library, listing approximately 1000 volumes.
The most important exhibits of the Museum are:
- Sacerdotal Vestments, early 18th century.
- The Eulogistic Cross of Efraim Prevelis, second half of the 18th century.
- Sigillium on a parchment declaring the monastery as stauropegion, 1798.
- Silver bound Evangile, 1807.
- The rood-screen in the aisle of Saint John Theologian, 1840.
- Gold - plated chalice with cover, 1847.