Carpet Museum Baku

Carpet Museum Baku


Welcome to our Carpet Museum! This is the national museum of Azerbaijan, that has participated in the UNESCO -  organized exhibition in Paris dedicated to Fuzuli, and in 1999 dedicated to the 1,300th anniversary of the Book of Dede Korkut, and displayed carpets, folk applied art items, including copper jugs, mugs, buckets and saddle - bags! It's the perfect place to see Azerbaijanian history yourself. The collection of museum includes over 10.000 items of ceramics, metal works of the 14th century, jewellery from the Bronze Age, carpets and carpet items from the 17th - 20th centuries, national garments and embroidery, and applied art works from the Modern Age. The museum organizes public lectures and study courses on carpets and applied arts. The museum also holds a permanent collection from Shusha Museum of history, from the city of Shusha, which was looted after occupation by Armenian troops in 1992.  Some of the exhibited items of the Shusha Museum were saved when the director of the museum mooved out 600 carpets before occupation. They are now displayed at the museum in an exhibition tittled "Burned Culture".

The Tourist Advice!

We suggest you to visit Carpet Museum with your children. It's a good knowledge about history!


 The Carpet Museum is in Baku city, Neftchiler Avenue

Working Hours:

Tuesday - Friday  10 AM - 6 PM

Saturday - Sunday 10 AM - 8 PM

Day Off:


How To Get There:

  1. By the metro: (Sahil station) – 30 qepik;
  2. By the bus: (bus numbers 65, 96) – 30 qepik;
  3. By the taxi: from Torgovy (Nizami street) – ‘’+ -“ 4 AZN.

Contact Museum :

Tel: (+994 12) 497-20-57

The Entrance Fee:

Adults  – 7 AZN

Children and students  – 3 AZN

You can also join our City Tours, where the Carpet Museum trip is also included