Museums and Galleries

The State Museum of Nature of Armenia
The State Museum of Nature of Armenia was opened in 1952 in Yerevan. Until 2004 the museum was located in a building on the territory of the Blue Mosque. Then it was moved to a new...
House-Museum of Derenik Demirchyan
The house-museum of the famous Armenian dramatist Derenik Demirchyan was opened by the writer's centenary. The museum is located in the house where Derenik lived since 1929 and die...
National Center of Aesthetics
The world’s first Children’s Art Museum was opened on March 13, 1970 in Yerevan. Thanks to the efforts of art critic Heinrich Igityan and his wife Jeanne Agamiryan, the project bec...
House-museum of Alexander Spendiaryan
Alexander Spendiaryan, the well-known Armenian composer, the founder of the national symphonic music and conductor has a great contribution to the history of Armenian culture. He i...
House-Museum of Martiros Saryan
Martiros Saryan is one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, the founder of the Armenian national contemporary school of painting. Saryan was born on February 28, 1880 in Ne...
House-museum of Aksel Bakunts
The house-museum of Aksel Bakunts (Armenian prose writer, film-writer, translator and public activist) is located in Goris, in the hometown of the playwright, in the house where he...
House-museum of Silva Kaputikyan
House-museum of Silva Kaputikyan (the greatest Armenian poetess of the XX century, writer, and publicist) was opened after her death in 2009, in honor of the poetess’ 90th birthday...
Museum of Revolution of Soviet Armenia
In 1960, in honor of the 40th anniversary of the Soviet Union, the Museum of Revolution of the Armenian SSR was opened in Yerevan, presenting all documentation and materials on rev...
House-Museum of Minas Avetisyan
Minas Avetisyan’s works of art have become a new word in the history of painting of Armenian artists. Bright and saturated colors, a peculiar interpretation of reality, and clear d...
Modern Art Museum
The Museum of Modern Art was the first of its kind in the USSR. The architects of the museum’s unique building were G. Aramyan and J. Torosyan. The museum was opened in 1972, but i...
Yegishe Charents House Museum
Yegishe Charents House Museum was founded in 1975 in the house where the great poet lived. In 1987, in honor of the poet’s 90th anniversary, the museum was reconstructed and  the t...
Hay Art Gallery and Cultural Center
Hay Art Gallery and Cultural Center was founded in 1997 with the support of the municipality of Yerevan. The goal of having a cultural center in the city was to create a unique spa...
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