The National Gallery of Armenia, which is located in the same building with the History Museum, is home to dozens of thousands works of European, Russian and Armenian artists. The collection was based on the art items kept in the famous Lazarian Seminary in Moscow, which were transferred to Armenia in 1921. In the exhibit halls of the museum the visitors can get acquainted with the works by Donatello, Levitan, Aivazovsky, Sureniants, Bakst and other art giants.
The gallery is fully accessible for people with mobility impairments using wheelchair. The building has been equipped with special elevators and a special toilet room after the reconstruction.