In this study, some physical and mechanical performances of artificial aggregated lightweight concretes were compared. Special empirical models were developed to estimate the elasticity modulus of lightweight aggregate concrete (LWAC). Five different natural aggregates and one artificial lightweight aggregate material were used throughout the research. Mixture proportions were kept as constant values in all concrete mixtures. All mixtures were cast into cubic, prismatic and cylindrical concrete standard moulds and they were cured at the same curing conditions. A series of physical and mechanical properties, such as density, compressive strength and elasticity modulus for LWAC were experimentally determined. According to the research findings a few empirical models were statistically developed for estimating the elasticity modulus and Poisson's ratio of LWAC and a new diagram practically to be used for estimating the Poisson's ratio of LWAC was also proposed.