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This museum is a must to visit while in Yerevan. Never skip this one. You can take a taxi and it is not far at all.
I spent a day looking through their digital exhibits. Armenia has tragic history and is quite upsetting that not...More
The Armenian genocide is less known than the Shoah, so this museum is very important. The exhibit are well organized and very informative. This is very sobering, you will not be in good mood after seeing what they went through. Plan to stay 2 hours....More
To rate a place like that seems the wrong thing to do. But it is a must-go if you warnt to understand this country. Sooner or later the genocide creeps up in every serious conversation, it is ever on the mind of every Armenian. To...More
during travels in armenia we couldnt miss this museum. unfortunately during our visit one part of the museum was closed for reconstruction and we couldnt see the biggest part of it. but the stuff was very friendly and helpful!
This is a good museum in every sense of the word. The information has been arranged in a way that tells a chronological story by offering first an overview and then details on particular aspects of the genocide. There is also some multimedia content and...More
The moment you will arrive to this holly place, you will get chills, everything single detail in this place will take your breathe away and kinda will break you heart, the creativity is beyond your expectations and you will really live the moment and appreciate...More
A beautiful museum that offers endless information on Armenian genocide history. A very sad but enlightening venture.
The museum is free to visit, a guide is not needed because everything is written in multiple languages. I don't remember the exact languages but there is Georgia,...More