This museum is named after Lousik Aguletsi, an Honored Painter of the Republic of Armenia, collector, writer, ethnology lover and faithful supporter of Armenian customs and traditions. Lousik, who preserved more than a 1,000 different elements of Armenian culture, has spent almost all her life collecting silver belts, necklaces, clothes, bags, carpets and rugs, household utensils, dishes and jugs, weapons and furniture, unique handmade dolls, wheat-made trees and more.
The pride of the Aguletsi collection is a wooden cradle from her from native Agulis, a dagger made by a 17th-century master Muhamed Lari, jars dating back to the Bronze Age, and many other samples that fill this place with a fascinating Armenian atmosphere. Entering this house-museum is the same as entering an ancient Armenian house: each room in this museum has a theme, and you can find traditional interior decoration everywhere. The museum has a beautiful courtyard and café where you can enjoy Armenian cuisine.