Emile Hannouche Museum
The Emile Hannouche museum showcases Lebanese plastic arts and Melkite oriental icons. The site was built by a French family in 1918, at the beginning of the mandate period. In 1948, it was transformed into a park and a restaurant. It is now a museum that contains about 700 paintings by distinguished Lebanese artists and 250 Melkite oriental icons.
Contact information: Chtaura - International Road
Telephone: 08 540163 – 03 380037 – 71 727324
Open Wednesday to Sunday