Composer Aram Kachaturyan House-Museum

The Museum was founded in 1984. The museum building, designed by architects E. Altunyan and M. Grigoryan, consists of the memorial containing personal belongings of the composer, an exhibition hall displaying items related to his musical and social life, a concert hall that hosts symposia and concerts, and a research center containing manuscripts, documents, printed scores, books, etc. The Museum has about 18 thousand items collected from 55 countries. The record library contains 3,500 CDs donated to the museum by Canadian Armenian Harmik Grigoryan, and 350 tapes provided by the Embassy of France. The Museum is one of the main centers of research on Khachaturyan's work.

Working Days: Monday-Saturday
Working Hours: 11:00am-4:00pm

Price of Admission:
Foreign Citizens: 500 AMD
Armenian Citizens: 500 AMD
Children: 500 AMD


Tel: (+374 10) 589418, 580178
Address: 3 Zaroubian Str., Yerevan, ARMENIA

Updated: 11:17 October 25, 2006