Officially known as Nicolas Sursock Museum, the building is an architectural delight, being a blend of Venetian and Ottoman styles. This was the home of Nicolas Ibrahim Sursock, a member of the Lebanese aristocracy and was, at his request, converted into a museum on his death. The original interior décor and collections are still intact. Japanese engravings and Islamic art along with sculpture, ceramics, glassware, and iconography dating from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries are on permanent display. The work of contemporary Lebanese and international artists are also exhibited here. Periodical exhibits from around the world are a regular feature.
Add: Rue Sursock, Achrafieh
Timings: Daily, 10am-1pm & 4pm-7pm