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National Art Gallery

Hanrapetutyan Hraparak, Yerevan 375010, Armenia
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Armenian art addiction

Very impressive collection of Armenian paintings. A must-visit place for every person travelling to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Raymond S
Interesting collection

Wide collection but focus on the local artists - they make a very interesting exhibition. Very... read more

Reviewed 25 October 2017
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Hanrapetutyan Hraparak, Yerevan 375010, Armenia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Very impressive collection of Armenian paintings. A must-visit place for every person travelling to Armenia!

1  Thank Raymond S
Reviewed 25 October 2017

Wide collection but focus on the local artists - they make a very interesting exhibition. Very confusing layout but once you understand it you will find your way.

1  Thank PdW53
Reviewed 31 August 2017

The gallery has an good collection of European and Russian painters, however the highlight for me was its Armenian (especially early and medieval art). It is spacious, very well designed - not to be missed by an art lover!

1  Thank tatyanay1
Reviewed 27 July 2017

A little bit of everything. The Armenian sector was most interesting. There are some very well known European painters too.It is worth to see it ,except if you have high expectations. Main disadvantage: No air conditioning. It was too warm for a summer day. It...More

Thank Pantelis_Rhodes
Reviewed 26 July 2017 via mobile

Many young artists and talented arts students were studying the ancient portraits on the upper floors and making sketches and paintings themselves today, here at the National Art Gallery in Yerevan. Tickets cost only about 3 euros each and the elevator ride up to the...More

Thank rgrol
Reviewed 25 June 2017

Good collection of modern art. View is nice from the top of museum. Go and enjoy, better to go in the evening when sun set.

1  Thank 369Maia
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Third largest classic art museum in the former Soviet Union. Pieces by Boticelli and Tintoretto are in the collection. Check out very unusual Chagalls. I visited this place first in the 1990s, and they had quite a few Socialist Realism paintings. After the renovation, Socialist...More

1  Thank vdshkolnikov
Reviewed 10 March 2017

The museum is laid out over several floors that aren't well marked. I went to the top floor and wandered through the exhibit, floor by floor.

Thank SoireeChef
Reviewed 1 January 2017

i was amazed by the collection of the museum! i spent whole my day there and still couldn't see all the things! perfect place for art lovers! paintings of great artists, sculptures, ancient clothing, jewellery, weapon etc! the museum is well maintained and not expensive!...More

1  Thank maktub0708
Reviewed 8 December 2016

Good gallery, not too expensive. Cultural and local art. It has a main pantry related to the history of Armenia, really nice.

Thank aragorngarsanz
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