It is a private house in Goris typical t Syunik of 19-20th centuries where the great prose writer Aksel Bakunts (1899-1937) was born and grew up. As a House Museum it was established in 1968 but officially it was opened in 1968.  Besides 500 main objects there are also thousand scientific subsidiary materials which represent the military life of the writer, years of education literary activity.

The writer’s rich library is also preserved here. The memorial room with private goods, photos and documents of the writer are preserved in safety. Various events concerning Bakunts’s works and  literary  issues as well as annual Bakunts Days are organized in this museum.




Address: 41 Building, Mashtotsi St., Goris
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Phone:  /077/ 11 12 45
In Armenian 2000 AMD
In a foreign language 3000 AMD


Pipils and Students

 1000 AMD

  500 AMD




Sunday 11:00-16:00
Monday  Rest Day



  • Entry will be free for citizens of the Republic of Armenia on the last Saturday of every month.
  • for children under the age of 12,
  • members of official state delegations arriving in Armenia,
  • diplomatic representatives accredited in Armenia,
  • members of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), museum workers,
  • double orphaned children over the age of 12,
  • elderly people in need of special care and household services,
  • participants of World War II / RA and former USSR states with disabilities of the 1st group /with an accompanying person/ and with disabilities of the 2nd and 3rd groups /without an accompanying person/,
  • family members of servicemen who died during military operations in the territories of the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Artsakh.
  • beneficiaries included in the poverty /family/ benefit system, children of large families over 12 years old,
  • conscripts,
  • school-age children over 12 years old in the border regions of the Republic of Armenia /based on applications submitted in advance/,
  • journalists 
P.S.It is obligatory to present a document confirming the status