You Can Visit These 13 Lebanese Museums FREE Next Month!

For the fifth consecutive year, the Ministry of Culture is organizing for the public an evening of free museum-hopping to over a dozen locations in the country. The fifth edition of La Nuit des Musées thrives to increase cultural awareness and encourage Lebanese to embrace the rich heritage of their country.

 

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La Nuit des Musées takes place on April 6th. The magical night entails transportation to, and free admittance into, 13 of our famous and lesser-known museums. For those interested, buses will be made available within and from Saida and .

The itinerary includes an exciting route through the country, with several stops at unique museums along the way. History buffs, geologists, and art lovers alike will all have a chance to experience ’s rich collections free-of-charge.

 

The museums included in the program are:

#1  National Museum

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#2 MiM Museum

Previously mentioned in our list of Alternative Museums to Visit in Lebanon, MiM is home to one of the most significant private collections of minerals in the world.

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#3 Lebanese Prehistory Museum

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#4 Villa Audi

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#5 Sursock Museum

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Often the host of unique art exhibits, Sursock Museum has been a regular on our radar.

 

#6 AUB Archaeological Museum

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#7 Banque Du Liban Museum

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#8 Cilicia Museum

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#9 Kilikia T’angaran Soap Museum

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#10 Debbane Palace

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#11 Aram Bezikian Museum of Armenian Genocide Orphans

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#12 MACAM

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#13 University of Balamand Museum

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The museums will open their doors from 5 pm till 11 pm on April 6th. 

 

For more information, click here, or check out our list of 10 Interesting Museums to Visit in Lebanon.


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