Current Exhibitions

Reimagining A Lost Homeland: Ottoman Era Photographs from the Dildilian Studio

Marsoobian Picture The exhibit, which is co-sponsored by Project SAVE Armenian Photograph Archives and on display until April 9th, highlights the work from the Dildilian family’s business: a photography studio first founded in 1888.Unlike many of the more ...

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Upcoming Exhibitions

There are no exhibits to display at this time.

Upcoming Events

Hours & Admissions

Museum Winter Hours
  • Friday - Sunday: 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Monday & Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday & Thursday: Tours by appointment only (at least one [1] week in advance)
  • For appointments call: 617-926-2562 ext. 4
Admission
  • Members: Free
  • Non-Members: $7
  • Seniors and Students: $3
  • Children under 12: Free

Recent Blog Posts

Armenian Museum Objects Featured Across Boston

Pieces from the Collection of the Armenian Museum have been making their way into numerous exhibitions around Boston over the past few months. It has been so exciting to know these incredible objects from ALMA are being featured in other exhibitions, and being shared and appreciated with even ...

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"Reimagining A Lost Homeland" Opens On A Snowy Weekend

After two unfortunate reschedulings and a surprisingly snowy weekend, the first exhibition of the year, "Reimagining A Lost Homeland: Ottoman Era Photography from the Dildilian Studio" opened at the Armenian Museum on the afternoon of Sunday, January 8th. Two daughters of ...

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The Armenian Museum of America, Inc. was created to locate, collect, preserve, and present the culture, history, art, and contributions of the Armenian people during the past 3,000 years. The Library holds a vast collection of titles including rare books, historical and literary publications. The Museum has amassed an expansive treasure trove of inscribed Armenian rugs and textiles, ceramics, metalware, Urartian objects, medieval illuminations, ancient and medieval Armenian coins, and various other creations by the Armenian people.

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