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All reviews english translation stone age no photos allowed republic square third floor modern era three floors impressive collection ancient times same building worth a visit couple of hours entrance fee guided tour take photos armenian genocide shoe
I came in 45mins before the museum closes, so I took only a quick view of everything. For only 2,000 Armenian dram, I felt like traveling from Stone Age until today! The mammoth tusk was awesome, as well as the oldest shoe on earth. Better...More
The museum's place of honor at Republic Square attests to the Armenian well justified fascination with history. Being the national historical museum of Armenia is a daunting task indeed: a torturous tangle of dynasties, principalities, shifting suzerains, territories, and diasporas that spans millennia (nearly in...More
Make the time to see this very extensive and interesting museum. There are many spectacular things to see including the oldest shoe in the world and the amazing wagons dating back many thousands of years, as well as some beautiful pottery, massive 1000 litre wine...More
Really enjoyed my visit to The National History Museum, housed in a truly magnificent building right on Republic Square.
They have a simply incredible collection of ancient artefacts from all over Armenia. Highlights include a 3500 year old leather shoe and 3500 year old carriages...More
This museum was a bit strange as the upper floor was really excellent. It has a fascinating collection of very old artifacts from Armenia that are well explained in both Armenian, English, and Russian. There were put together in a coherent way around the sites...More