Sursock Museum

Sursock Museum

It was initially built by the late Nicolas Sarsak of the Sarsak family, one of beirut’s most wealthy Orthodox families, in 1910, but after his death recommended that the palace be transformed into a museum of modern art.

The Sersak Museum houses many antiques, valuables found in the cellar a while ago, and contains many unique Islamic works, and from time to time many Lebanese and international literary performances are held, so the Sersak Museum is the house of art and literature in every sense, do not miss visiting, and enjoy watching its unique architectural design, and its invaluable exhibits when travelling to Beirut.

Likely time to visit the Sarsak Museum: an hour and a half.

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