Specialty Museums in Yerevan

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Matenadaran - The Museum of Ancient Manuscripts

Matenadaran is an institution that brings together the whole collection of ancient Armenian manuscripts. It is after Mesrop Mashtots, the author of Armenian Alphabet, wհօ was classified among the Armenian saints. It is one of the most visited museums of the country.

Armenian Genocide Museum

Founded in 1995 the Armenian Genocide Museum is devoted to the 80th anniversary of Armenian Genocide. The two-storey structure is right at the memorial complex Tsitsernakaberd. From the roof of the building there is a perfect view of Mount Ararat. Read more to find further details.

History Museum of Armenia

The History Museum of Armenia is an ethnographic-anthropological Museum-Library founded in 1919. The museum displays rich collections of artifacts of Armenia dating back to the prehistoric days. To discover further information about the place keep on reading.

Parajanov Museum

Parajanov Museum is a devoted to the work and literary heritage of famous Armenian director Sergey Parajanov. This is one of the most visited museums in Yerevan. Founded in 1988 the location and the construction project was selected by Parajanov himself. Read more for further details.

Yerevan Brandy Factory

Yerevan Brandy Company, also commonly known as “Ararat”, is a major company in Armenia, producing the traditional cognac, Armenian brandy. The bandy, which is produced in Ararat company is famous all over the world. It is made from grapes of the fertile fields of the Ararat plain.

Megerian Carpet Museum

Hand Woven Rugs Production

Ervand Kochar Museum

Ervand Kochar Museum is an important research and propaganda center of historic Avant-garde in the region.  This fascinating  museum  does a great job of documenting the life and work of the prolific Armenian painter and sculptor. The  museum  showcases works created...

Modern Art Museum of Yerevan

Modern Art Museum was established in 1972 by the art critic Henrik Igityan, who was the director of the museum for 37 years. H. Igityan received a great support from the mayor of Yerevan of those years Grigor Hasratyan, as well as from the best Armenian artists of 1960s. As a specialized museum...

Aram Khachaturian Museum

AramKhachaturian Museum opened on February 1984, on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the outstanding composer. It is devoted to the exhibition of the Armenian composer’s personal artifacts, as well as to the research and study of his creative output. Khachaturian liked this house and lived here during his stay in Yerevan. The two-storied museum complex was constructed according to the plans of the architect Edward Altounian.

Hovhannes Tumanyan House Museum

Hovhannes Tumanyan  was an Armenian poet, writer, translator, literary and public activist. He is considered the national poet of Armenia. Tumanyan wrote poems, quatrains, ballads, novels, fables, critical and journalistic articles. His work was mostly written in realistic form, often centering...

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