Stepan Zoryan, a native of Vanadzor, was a Soviet Armenian writer who wrote about rural Armenian, its social problems and process of sovietization. The house-museum, opened in 1990 in the writer’s summer house, is located in the old quarters of Vanadzor.
The building, as well as the museum, was a project implemented by writer’s sons Levon and Karen Zoryans. Zoryan’s life and activities were closely tied to the Lori region, Tbilisi, and Yerevan. The museum introduces Stepan Zoryan’s early life in Old Vanadzor, the writer’s legacy, his career, and public activities. Today, the museum is also an active cultural and literary center of Vanadzor.
Tue-Sat: 10 am – 6:30 pm