MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES
Martiros Sarian House-Museum
The house-museum of the great Armenian painter Martiros Saryan (1880-1972) was opened in Yerevan in 1967, during the artist's lifetime.
The museum building consists of two-story mansion where the artist lived and worked in 1932-1972 and attached to it three-story gallery built-in 1967. The author of the house’s project was Alexander Tamanyan – the eminent architect of Yerevan. The museum part was designed by Mark Grigorian.
Nowadays the popularization of Master’s art and creation of the database about his works are the House-Museum’s main objectives. The research work is conducted in the museum, the complementary chronicle of the artist’s life and creativity is being made; the memoirs, manuscripts, and letters are being prepared for the press, a full catalog of his works is made. Social and educational activities for children and young people are also held in the museum, in addition to chamber music concerts.
Monday - Wednesday 11:00 - 18:00
Friday - Sunday 11:00 - 18:00
Adults - 1500 AMD
Schoolchildren, students, pensioners, refugees - 750 AMD
Armenian - 4000 AMD
Foreign languages / Russian, English, French / - 5000 AMD