A. G. Leventis Gallery

  • Location

    A.G. Leventi, Nicosia 1097

  • Tickets


    Standard admission €5
    Standard admission with audio guide €7

    Reduced Admission

    Seniors (65 years old and over with ID)
    Students (19-26 years old with ID)
    Groups of 10 people or more

    Reduced admission tickets €3
    Reduced admission with audio guide €5

    Free Admission

    Members of the A. G. L. G.
    Children and young people under 18
    Visitors with disabilities and their companion
    Members of ICOM-ICOMOS
    Teachers accompanying school classes participating in educational programs
    Parents accompanying their children participating in educational programs

  • Opening Times

    Monday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
    Tuesday Closed
    Wednesday 10:00 - 22:00

    Closed on Public Holidays

  • Phone

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The A. G. Leventis Gallery is the realization of a grand vision, born out of Anastasios G. Leventis' desire to establish a public gallery in his homeland. He wanted to ensure that the remarkable art collection he amassed during his lifetime could be appreciated and enjoyed by his fellow countrymen, women, and children.

This vision was conceptualized more than fifty years ago and has now come to fruition through the efforts of the A. G. Leventis Foundation. Today, the foundation takes immense pride in presenting a unique opportunity to witness highlights from over 400 years of European art and history, all housed under one roof. The collection encompasses a diverse range of artistic expressions, including paintings, watercolors, prints, drawings, objets d' art, and period furniture.

The original collection consists of three distinct units: the Paris Collection, showcasing significant European artists from the 17th to the 20th century; the Greek Collection, featuring artists from the 19th and 20th centuries; and the Cyprus Collection, which preserves the works of the first generation of Cypriot artists, born between 1884 and 1930.

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