Lovers' Park (Armenian: Սիրահարների Այգի (Siraharneri Aygi) is a public park in Yerevan, Armenia, located on Baghramyan Avenue. It occupies an area of 2.5 hectares in the central Kentron District of the city. The park was entirely renovated between 2005 and 2008 and reopened in November 2008 by the efforts of benefactor Albert Boghossian, head of Boghossian Foundation.
The park dates back to the 18th century, known as Kozern Park named after the Kozern district, a northwestern suburb of old Yerevan. It was well known for its medieval cemetery and its chapel.
|Monday||7:00 AM – 2:00 AM|
|Tuesday||7:00 AM – 2:00 AM|
|Wednesday||7:00 AM – 2:00 AM|
|Thursday||7:00 AM – 2:00 AM|
|Friday||7:00 AM – 2:00 AM|
|Saturday||7:00 AM – 2:00 AM|
|Sunday||7:00 AM – 12:00 AM|
Samvel Martirosyan | Dec 3, 2017
Park of my childhood. In Soviet Union times it was called park named after Pushkin. And it was very different than now. Years ago it was renovated and completely redesigned. The good thing is that it is really beautiful. The bad thing that most of grassy parts are closed for people, you can only walk through roads. But anyway it is very nice park in the center of Yerevan
Arek Keshishian | Feb 26, 2018
Positive vibes, a nice cafe, a lot nature and fast open wifi, clean restrooms and great management.
Nazaret Armenagian | Mar 31, 2018
A beautiful secluded area, with a small pond and amphitheatre near the centre of Yerevan
Giorgi Nadareishvili | Oct 27, 2017
Nice place very peaceful and beautiful. Its a small park but worth a short visit. Chairs, trees, small lake and nice atmosphere.
Екатерина Митусова | Oct 27, 2017
One of my favorite places in Erevan! Amazing, clean and quiet park, just behind the metro station Marshal Bagramyan. Wi-if is available within whole park, nice sculptures. Also there is hipster cafe with nice coffee and delicious crepes!
K ath | Apr 13, 2018
Awesome small park. The landscape was green and had a lot of flowers. It was clean and has wifi.
Benjamin Admonius | Jul 15, 2018
Great park in Yerevan- maybe the prettiest in the whole city. A little hidden away by the Parliament, but it’s well-designed and there’s free WiFi in the park. Great waterfalls and artwork there too.
Lucine Pluzyan | Jul 31, 2018
I grew up playing in this park, when it was named after the great Russian poet Pushkin. It was huge park with a lot of big beautiful trees, wide nice paths covered with red sand and amusement park with a big variety of teeter-totters,swings and carousels. Unfortunately in 1990s after Soviet union fell apart, that beautiful park was partially sold and the rest of it ,the smallest part became an abandoned desert with drying trees and broken and ruined amusement park. The park was entirely renovated between 2005 and 2008 by the efforts of benefactor Albert Boghossian, Boghossian Foundation. We all are very very appreciate it and happy to see our garden( the rest of it ) in a good shape again. But park is not for kids anymore. There is no any play ground, carousels, not even lawn for running and playing on it for kids. Only one tiny sandbox which is getting cleaned once a while, after parents complain. And in addition it's surrounded with cafes and doesnt have enough space to fit all the kids from the neighborhood. Well, it is a great place for grownups, with open air movies and life music.
Amir A. | Jul 28, 2018
Very pretty park close to the parliament building -- sculptures, pools, romantic couples, and shade.
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