Simantiri Mansion is located in Neochorio of Chora, Patmos, next to the monastery of Zodochos Pigis, built in 1625 by builders from Smyrna. Many characterize it as a folk museum, considering the importance of the objects housed on the site.
In the two-storey mansion you are greeted by Mrs. Morfousa Simantiri, who is a member of the eighth generation to own the mansion. She will guide you to through the displays, narrating interesting stories that have a direct relationship with the remarkable collection of precious objects.
The most impressive and notable objects include heavy furniture from Odessa in the lounge, which are 250 years old, the silverware from Odessa, the Russian icons of the 14th and 15th century, paintings of great artists, such as Gyzis, the cradle from 1913 and other item that are inextricably linked with the history of Patmos during the bygone centuries.