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Robert Mouawad Private Museum
Provides information about Robert Mouawad Private Museum offering jewelry, metal work, icons, islamic pottery, carpets and more.
Beirut National Museum
Includes collections from prehistory to the Arab conquest Mamluk period.
Ameen Rihani Museum
Dedicated to the Lebanese-American author and thinker. Museum situated in his hometown Freike, Lebanon. Biography, works in both English and Arabic, translations, tributes and more.
M. Farroukh Museum
The web site contains a collection of paintings by Lebanese Art pioneer Mustafa Farroukh (1901-1957). More than 80 paintings and a 13 pages biography of the famous artist.
Farhat Art Museum
Offers a collection of paintings, photographs and art constructions in Lebanon.
A private museum in Lebanon, located on the Saint Joseph University campus in Beirut. Exhibits around 1500 minerals, representing more than 300 different species from over 60 countries, collected by Mr. Salim Edde.
Debbane Palace - Saida Museum
Traces the history of Saida and everyday life through the centuries. A centre for documentation and cultural activity.
Memory of Time - Byblos Fossil Museum
Dedicated to offer a selection of fossil species with new and sophisticated way of digging in Lebanon.
Lebanese Heritage Museum
Lebanese heritage museum that highlights Lebanon's rich history and culture. Official documents, photo gallery, activities and more.
Museum of fossilized fish in Lebanon, founded by Rizkallah Nohra in Haqel village.
Sursock Museum - Wikipedia
Information about Sursock Museum, officially known as Nicolas Sursock Museum. A modern art museum in Ashrafieh, Beirut, Lebanon.
Hall of Fame Wax Museum
Wax museum located in Zouk Mosbeh, Lebanon. All figures are sculpted from a special type of silicon and rubber that facilitate and coordinate their movement and sound effects.
Archaeology and History in Lebanon
An assembly of like-minded volunteers interested in protecting and promoting the rich cultural heritage of Lebanon.
Sidon Soap Museum - Wikipedia
Information about Sidon Soap Museum, traces the history of soap making in the region, its development and manufacturing techniques.
Byblos Wax Museum - Wikipedia
Information about Byblos Wax Museum, displays wax statues and life scenes from the Phoenician era to the modern times.