MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES
The History Museum of Yerevan
Visiting the History Museum of Yerevan one can gain access to the depths of antiquity, admire the streets of old Yerevan, find himself in the apartment of a hospitable inhabitant of Yerevan of the 19th century, as well as, get involved in the modern developments of the old city.
History Museum of Armenia
The mission of the History Museum of Armenia is to preserve, replenish, study and publicize the Museum objects and collections, which represent the history and culture of Armenia and the Armenian people.
"Mother Armenia" Museum of Military History of the RA Ministry of Defense
The exhibition of the museum consists of two main parts: The participation of the Armenian people in the World War II and Artsakh Liberation War.
"Erebuni" Historical & Archaeological Museum-Reserve
This museum was established in 1968, on the 2750th anniversary of Yerevan’s foundation. About 20 thousand archeological exhibits are displayed here.
Museum-Institute of Armenian Genocide
The mission of the museum-institute is to contribute to the academic and scientific research and analysis of the issues related to the first genocide of the 20th century, as well as to contribute to the international community's fight against xenophobia through the display of textual and visual material.
National Art Gallery of Armenia
The National Gallery of Armenia collection comprises around 26 thousand artworks: oil paintings, sculptures, graphics and decorative applied arts.
Cafesjian center for the arts
The Cafesjian Center for the Arts (CCA) is dedicated to bringing the best of contemporary art to Armenia and presenting the best of Armenian culture to the world.
Aram Khachatryan house-museum
There is a rich library of records in the house-museum – about 2,500 CDs with records of classic and contemporary music. A workshop for the restoration of string instruments is functioning right inside. The museum also includes a National collection of unique musical instruments.
Discover a wonderful world where history intertwines with modernity, tradition — with innovations, generosity of the land — with creative passion of masters.
Museum of literature and art after Yeghishe Charents
The samples of Armenian literature from Sayat Nova up to contemporary period and the manuscrtipts, letters of art devotees, photos, playbills, phonograms, sculptures, paintings, personal libraries, musical instruments-all these samples are united in the museum.
Hovhannes Sharambeyan centre of popular creation
The Museum is a unique hearth of national culture. Its mission is the preservation and popularization of tangible and intangible cultural heritage.
Sergei Parajanov House-Museum
Sergei Parajanov was a Soviet Armenian film director, screenwriter and artist who made seminal contribution to world cinema with his films Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors and The Color of Pomegranates. Parajanov is widely regarded as one of the most influential filmmakers of his time in cinema history.
Hovhannes Tumanyan Museum
The month of April in 1953 marked the opening of the museum dedicated to renowned prominent Armenian thinker, writer, poet, fabulist and humanist Hovhannes Tumanian.
Frityof Nansen Museum
The memorial complex consists of about 30 monuments dedicated to the heroic and tragic pages of the history of Armenian people, eminent Armenians and friends of Armenian nation.
Museum of Russian Art (collection of A.Abrahamyan)
Тhe museum was established in 1984. Professor A. Abrahamyan's collection represents the best period in the history of Russian art.
Komitas museum-institute is dedicated to the life and work of the great Armenian composer and to collecting and preserving the creative heritage.
House-Museum of Avetik Isahakian
The opening of the Yerevan house-museum of Armenian poet, prose writer, translator, literary and public figure Avetik Isahakian took place on October 31, 1963.
Alexander Spendiaryan House-Museum
Alexander Spendiaryan- a famous music composer, conductor and the founder of symphony music in Armenia. The musical heritage left by him is rich in new artistic concepts, diversity of genres and quite expressive means.
Hakob Kojoyan and Ara Sargsyan House-Museum
The joint house-museum of the Armenian artist Hakob Kojoyan and the Armenian sculptor, founder of the Union of Artists of Yerevan (1932) and its first president Ara Sargsyan is one of the branches of the National Gallery of Armenia, which was opened in 1973.
National Museum-Institute of Architecture after Alexander Tamanyan
Alexander Tamanyan is an Armenian and Soviet architect, author of the general plan of the city of Yerevan and buildings in Yerevan, St. Petersburg and Moscow, People's Architect of the Armenian USSR (1926).
Derenik Demirchyan House-Museum
Derenik Demirchyan House-Museum, a branch of the Museum of Literature and Art, has 670 main and about the same amount of scientific subsidiary objects which present the long-standing creative life of the writer.