If you love antiques, Soviet memorabilia, handmade souvenirs, jewelry, textiles, rugs, etc. this is an amazing place to shop at hundreds of different vendors. If you can't find what you are looking for here, I don't know where else you would go in Yerevan.
Whether you’re a city-dwelling resident or you’re just passing through, time spent in Yerevan calls for a visit to Dalma Garden Mall. This shopping center hosts more than 100 specialty stores filled with your new favorite things. Whether it's an afternoon snack, a hot cup of coffee or a relaxing meal with friends or family, take a break to recharge, refuel and indulge in a variety of dining options.
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Hip store carrying a curated collection of trendy, designer clothing, shoes & accessories by Armenian designers.
Here we have a not-for-profit educational program for students and young professionals. The focus is on the creation of analog products — beautiful things you can touch, wear, taste and smell; things you can cherish and use in your daily life; tangible things that add quality to every day.
So-called Small Vernissage in the center of Yerevan is a weekend art exhibition which helps artists sustain themselves with art as their full-time career. Exhibiting art in a public park allows artists to interact directly with the public about their artwork, explaining technical details, creative decisions, and the many other aspects of producing a painting or a sculpture.
Nice showroom featuring new & antique, hand-knotted rugs in a variety of designs & sizes.
This beautiful boutique showcases handmade clothes, unique toys and accessories for children that are fun, unique and totally gorgeous.
Muraba is an interesting place to shop, relax and enjoy a cup of tea with house-made “Muraba” (fruit jam). The concept of Muraba is a store that sells crafts, arts, and furniture by local makers. But for us, the coolest thing about Muraba is that it’s tucked away from the hustle and bustle of a busy street and you have to ring a bell and present yourself before you get buzzed in.
The Museum Store at the Cafesjian Center For The Arts offers a curated mix of original products by innovative designers, artists and artisans.