The book and book publishing have become national rings at the crossroads of the history of the Armenian people that transmit historical facts and scientific achievements to generations. The
history of the Armenian printing went through various stages of development, which allowed future generetions to improve the art of printng.
    In 2012 Yerevan was declared World Book Capital by UNESCO, and the 500th anniversary of the Armenian Book Printing was celebrated. During these events, it was agreed to establish the Museum of Printing. The museum creates in the Armenian National library which is the largest cache of Armenian printed. The museum consists of six exhibition halls.
THE ORIGIN OF WRITING  introducing the period of writing prior in Armenian Highland.
THE ARMENIAN ALPHABET.  With samples of the Armenian script and the first examples of the Armenian alphabet in European publications.
THE PIONEERS OF ARMENIAN PRINTING representing the first Armenian prints, such as “The Friday Book” (1512, Venice), the first Armenian    printed Bible (1666, Amsterdam),    the first Armenian printed map (1695, Amsterdam), the first printed Armenian periodical “Azdarar” (1794 - 1796, Madras).
THE DIASPORA OF ARMENIAN  PRINTING. Information about the Armenian printing centers that played a significant role in the development of Armenian printing.
THE HALL BOOK PUBLISHING  presented the investment of Armenian merchants in the history
of printing,  also  dedicated to the book publishing, its originators of the world. There are shown printing machines, clichés, Armenian printing pictures of the different countries, through the holograph display it
is shown the main forms of printing.
ETERNITY OF WRITING  representing the modern state of  printing in the Republic of Armenia and  Artsakh. The museum is full of new technologies which creates an interactive environment for informal education.
Later the museum will become the Armenian Book Research Center.