The Vanadzor Fine Arts Museum is a must-visit for every guest of the city for it gives a deep insight into the art life of the region. Founded as a branch of the National Gallery of Armenia in 1974, the museum houses over 1700 artworks.

Its collection includes paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings by Armenian artists, among them Yervand Kochar, Rudolf Khachatryan, Armine Kalents, Ara and Seda Bekaryans, Lavinia Bazhbeuk-Melikyan, Eduard Kharazyan, and many others. The permanent exhibition of the Vanadzor Fine Arts Museum museum occupies three floors.

The museum also serves educational purposes and provides a research environment for students and artists. Numerous lectures and workshops on art history and art criticism are held here on the regular.

Operating hours:
Tue-Sat: 10 am – 6 pm

Quick Info

52 Tigran Mets, Vanadzor
+374 322 43938
Entrance fee
500 AMD

What's Nearby

Museum of Local Lore Lori Pambak (2 km)
Tairov’s Summer House (850 m)
Church of the Holy Mother of God (1 km)
Stepan Zoryan House-Museum (1.1 km)
St. Grigor Narekatsi Church (1․2 km)
Vanadzor Agriculture Market (1.2 km)