Liquid Argon Time Projection Chambers (LAr-TPCs) is an exciting class of detectors designed for registration of very rare events, such as neutrino interactions or nucleon decay. They offer a good detection efficiency,
excellent background rejection, bubble chamber quality images, very good particle identification and calorimetric reconstruction of particle’s deposited energy. These capabilities made LAr-TPCs a very promising choice for neutrino physics experiments. In this paper, an overview of past, present and future neutrino experiments based on LAr-TPC technology is presented.