Join us for a two-hour walking tour as we explore the beautiful and historic sites of Garni. Begin your journey at the Pagan Temple of Garni, a remarkable piece of ancient Armenian architecture. Discover the well-preserved Third Century Roman Baths, a testament to the region’s rich cultural heritage. Walk through the peaceful and picturesque Old Cemetery, where ancient tombstones and beautiful landscapes provide a serene backdrop. Visit the charming Mashtots Hayrapet Church of Garni, a small early Christian church with a unique architectural style. Finally, witness the breathtaking natural wonder of the Symphony of Stones, an awe-inspiring geological formation. This two-hour walking tour is the perfect way to explore the enchanting beauty and rich cultural heritage of Garni and create memories together.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Pagan Temple of Garni entrance fee : Children: 0.25 USD, Adults: 0.63 USD, Foreigners: 2.5 USD
  • Symphony of Stones entrance fee : Adults 0.5 USD

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Pagan Temple of Garni

    The Pagan Temple of Garni is the best-known structure and symbol of pre-Christian in Armenia located at Garni. The beautiful temple sits at the edge of a triangular cliff overlooking the river Azat.

  • 2

    Garni Historical and Cultural Museum – Reservation

    Garni Historical and Cultural Museum – Reservation is one of the oldest historical museums in Armenia. The museum which is one of the most visited monuments in Armenia's cultural reserve has a castle, pagan temple, and mosaic floor among others.

  • 3

    Old Cemetery

    Old Cemetery is one of the most famous and largest historical cemeteries in Armenia that dates back over 1000 years ago. It has a tombstone with coffins stored inside that are classical and have unique shapes.

  • 4

    Mashtots Hayrapet Church of Garni

    Mashtots Hayrapet Church is a small church in Garni village built in the 12th century at a site that was a pagan shrine. The church which has elaborated decorations was constructed from grey stone and is surrounded by khachkars.

  • 5

    Symphony of Stones

    Symphony of Stones is one the best and well known natural monuments in Garni, Armenia located in the basin of river Azat. The monument is also known as Basalt Organ as a result of stones hanging against gravity that resemble an organ.

Meeting Point

By the main entrance to the Pagan Temple of Garni
(Geghard Monastery Road H3, Garni Armenia) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.