Measurements of the biomechanical properties of the cerebral vessels could help diagnosis and prognosis of diseases such as lacunar infarction. In this study, shear moduli of the cerebral vessels were measured using both magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) and MR Angiography (MRA). The magnitude images from MRE were registered to MRA images to obtain the shear moduli of the cerebral vessels. Results showed significant correlations between age and gender in terms of the storage modulus. Significant differences between lacunar infarction and healthy control group were also observed in terms of the absolution shear modulus.