Glendale, California

The Armenian American Museum is a developing project proposed to be located in the heart of Downtown Glendale and the City of Glendale’s Arts & Entertainment District near the corner of Colorado Street and Brand Boulevard. Glendale, California is uniquely suited to be the home for the Armenian American Museum.

Educational Destination

The Armenian American Museum will neighbor the City of Glendale’s Central Library, a major educational hub in the City which is part of a library system that attracts over 700,000 visitors per year. The nexus will create exciting educational opportunities and enriching learning collaborations between the Museum and Central Library.

Photo Credit: City of Glendale

Arts & Entertainment Destination

The Armenian American Museum will be a world class institution anchoring the City of Glendale’s Arts & Entertainment District in the heart of Downtown Glendale and will be a premier addition to the City’s current destinations including the Alex Theatre, Brand Library & Art Center, Museum of Neon Art, and the upcoming Antaeus Theater.

Photo Credit: Alex Theatre / Tommy Ewasko

Cultural Destination

The Armenian American Museum’s mission is to promote understanding and appreciation of America’s ethnic and cultural diversity by sharing the Armenian American experience and will serve as a bridge to foster understanding between the multitude of cultures residing in the City of Glendale and in communities across the United States.

Photo Credit: Brand Library & Art Center

Tourism Destination

The Armenian American Museum will be a must-see destination for locals and travelers to the Los Angeles and Southern California region. The exciting exhibitions, programs, and special events will attract thousands of visitors from around the world to the Museum and Downtown Glendale’s restaurants, shopping, hotels, and local businesses.

Photo Credit: The Americana at Brand