During your stay in Jermuk, you can make trips to the beautiful places of attraction in Vayots Dzor Marz. There are numerous cultural and historical monuments in the region, among them: Surb Astvatsatsin (Areni), Gndevank, Noravank, Tsakhats Kar, Spitakavor, Surb Khach. And of course the Tatev Monastery, Shaki waterfalls and Zorats Karer (Karahunj) in Syunik, the latter being one of the most ancient observatories in the world, the equivalent of the Scottish Stonehenge.
The town of Jermuk has an affiliate of the National Gallery of Armenia, museums and libraries, a recreation park and clubs. Recently a new church has been built in Jermuk, too.
Good news for the fans of active rest: Jermuk now boasts a new cable car (ropeway) meeting international standards, which enables the mountain-skiers to enjoy the professional ski-runs. At the last stop of the ropeway a special playground is built for riding sledges. Snowmobiles are available as well.