National Gallery of Armenia
The National Gallery features the richest collection of Armenian art in the world. Now there are more than twenty five thousand works by different artists. In the Armenian section, there are copies of murals of Aruch Church, Lmbatavank, Tatev Monastery, Akhtala and Haghpat Monasteries, a luxurious collection of original copies of medieval miniatures, and segments of murals created by Naghash and Hovnatan Hovnatanians in the monastery of Edjmiatsin.
The National Gallery of Armenia also has creations by famous twentieth century painters – Valentin Serov, Wassily Kandinski, Mark Shagal, Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin, Georgy Yakulov, Bajberuk-Melikian, Robert Falk and others.
Located in Yerevan's grand Republic Square, the National Gallery is one of the largest museums in Armenia. It was founded in 1921 as the Culture and History State Museum of Armenia.
Phone number: (+374 10) 58 08 12
Open daily from 11:00 AM - 17:00 PM
Closed on Monday
Entrance fee 800 AMD (~$2) for adults and 300 AMD (~$1) for children