MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES
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).
The Alexander Tamanyan National Museum-Institute of Architecture is the only cultural institution of its kind, which has collected materials related to architecture, urban planning, the history of construction art, as well as materials related to the activities of Armenian architects working in the homeland and abroad. The museum carries out the proper preservation and popularization of prominent Armenian architect Alexander Tamanyan's creative heritage, the collection, restoration, coordination, and other archival, photographic, drawing, historical, economic and personal exhibits related to Alexander Tamanyan's life and activities. The museum regularly organizes thematic exhibitions, lectures, and cultural events.
Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 -17:00
Monday - Closed