Armenia is a treasure trove for people who are constantly learning and discovering new narratives. The multilayered history and culture of Armenia speak through numerous artifacts exhibited in extraordinary collections of local museums, through hundreds of monasteries and other historical sites. Our educational tours in Armenia uncover the great cultural heritage of this unique country by including various important elements in the program. History, culture and education are essential parts not only of Armenian tourism but of overall Armenian identity.
Besides enjoying the breathtaking scenery of the Armenian Highland, you also get acquainted with the stories of paganism, Christianity, the ancient neighboring countries and their relations, the geopolitical developments around Armenia that is relevant to this day. The consistent chronology of Armenian history is represented in the National History Museum of Armenia. You may also be introduced to the Armenian alphabet and language by visiting the depository of ancient manuscripts called Matenadaran. Just by visiting any Armenian monastic complex, you will learn about the life and activities of the Armenian monks who were the great scientists back in the days.
Nowadays Armenia has several big innovative centers, of which TUMO center of creative technologies has its branches in several regions of Armenia, as well as in Paris, Berlin and Moscow. During your individual tours in Armenia you may visit the center in Yerevan to learn about the modern development tendencies in the country. And initiatives like PicsArt, COAF Smart or UWC Dilijan are other significant centers that represent the contemporary scientific mind of Armenia.
Through musical concerts and artists’ workshops, you will discover the artistic potential of local people. Visit Vernissage market in Yerevan to see the works of various craftsmen, or find yourself in a studio of a traditional cross-stone master, to learn about the ancient symbolism of the Armenian culture.
Phone: +37410 532366
Phone: +37410 532366
#27, 6 Zakyan street