Armenian Traditional House-museum and Yerevan Private Tour
Take a short walking tour in the main sites of Yerevan
Visit the one and only house-museum of Lusik Aguletsi full of traditional Armenian customs and ornaments
Feel the Armenian energy and spirit in a traditional Armenian house
Admire the ornamented belts, jewelry, dresses, traditional costumes, carpets and puppets
Private vehicle transportation
Pick-up and drop-off within Yerevan
Entrance fee to Lusik Aguletsi house-museum
Extra stops on the route upon request
This is a great way to enjoy a sightseeing tour of Yerevan, the heart of Armenia, combined with the cultural and artistic moments that will leave you full of beautiful memories.
You are going to enjoy interesting stories of the thousand-year history of the capital along with visits of architectural monuments, like the Opera House, Cascade Complex, National Assembly Building, Republic Square, as well as vintage central streets of the city, such as Abovyan str., Mashtots ave., Baghramyan ave., Northern ave. From the height of the special viewpoint, you can enjoy an incredible view of the whole city.
Next place to visit is Lusik Aguletsi house-museum, where you will get acquainted with the lifetime of Honored Artist of the Republic of Armenia Lusik Aguletsi, who was a collector, writer, ethnology lover, a faithful supporter of traditions. The antique ornamented belts, jewelry, dresses, taraz, carpets, puppets will capture your curiosity.
Aguletsi managed to save more than a thousand different elements of Armenian culture, spending almost all her lifetime on it. Thus, if you want to immerse in the energy of old Armenian customs and see what a typical Armenian place would look like, take the chance to visit the house-museum of Lusik Aguletsi in Yerevan. The interior will make you feel as if you are in a whole different world after the noisy city. Apart from this, the visitors will find there Lusik’s personal belongings, such as ornamented belts, jewelry, dresses and traditional costumes, carpets, puppets, etc., most of which are handmade.