Ararat-Eskijian Museum has reopened at 25% capacity. Read our COVID-19 update.

Discover Ararat-Eskijian Museum.

Proud to be the only Armenian museum on the west coast, AEM highlights the life, culture and customs of Armenians from their indigenous homeland and across the globe.

Sayat Nova (circa 1980) 
This image depicts a traditional Armenian cultural gathering.
Artist: Andre (Darvish) Sevrugian
From the collection of the Vahakn N. Dadrian Estate 

“Mother Armenia Rising from the Ashes,” is dedicated to those
who survived and perished during the Armenian Genocide.
The statue of “Mother Armenia” has been reproduced in
Yerevan, Armenia and can be found at the Tsitsernakaberd
Genocide Memorial Complex."

Jajim Kilim (circa 1900)
This rug is made from the region of Artsakh. 

Ararat-Eskijian Museum
Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday, 11 am - 5 pm
On Sunday, October 9, 2022 - The Museum will be open between 11am - 2 pm.

15105 Mission Hills Road, Mission Hills, CA 91345