5 interesting facts about the National Gallery of Armenia
What can be seen in the National Gallery of Armenia
The National Gallery of Armenia was founded in 1921. The collection of the museum was established based on the collection stock of the Lazarev Institute, works of the exhibition of Armenian artists in 1921 as well as on numerous donations of the major collectors of the time.
The National Gallery holds valuable works of Armenian and world art. The collection embracing the period from ancient times to the 21st century represents works of world famous artists (J. Tintoretto, Donatello, P. P. Rubens, B. Strozzi, G. Courbet, V. Kandinsky, M. Chagall, M. Sarian, H. Aivazovsky, V. Sureniants) and others.
The National Gallery is among Armenia’s most visited galleries. In 2017 the Gallery had about 95 000 visitors.
For the Free entrance to the National Gallery of Armenia you can purchase Yerevan Card, which includes about 40 museums and has a lot of privileges that are intended to provide an interesting and accessible trip for tourists. You can learn about Yerevan Card types here. For further questions, please call (+374) 12 22 33 22, or e-mail us and contact us by online chat.
1 Aram Str.
Yerevan 0010, Republic of Armenia
+374 10 58-08-12
Last admission: 17:00
Last admission: 16:00
During New Year holidays
Day off: 30.12, 31.12