Known as the keeper of Beirut’s past, Lebanese collector Henry Loussian has finally opened his Batroun house, his own Sistine Chapel, to the public.
Located in Koubba, Batroun, the house is now open as a museum for the 100 houses demolished from Beirut and include their photos and their accessories, as well as where they were located, and which ones were transformed and rebuilt. The 3-floor museum was transformed using accessories and parts collected from Beirut’s old houses.
Entrance price is for 30 000 LL.
You can book your visit by calling or WhatsApp 03753654.