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I had the chance to visit the few house on the beginning of the museum however as you get deep into it most of the house were not opened. Apparently some open in specific days of the week which was a bummer as I was...More
This is an open air museum which has a nominal entry fee. The place is in a large area, almost half of which is still being renovated. There are houses which show how people in the west and east lived. People in the west built...More
If you have extra time in Tbilisi, you have a choice of many other things to do and one of the things you may want to do, is to visit the Open Air Museum of Ethnography. It's an interesting place to spend an hour or...More
Tbilisi has a lot to offer. The Ethnography Museum is far removed, and consists of a bunch of transplanted homes from across Georgia that provide examples of how people really lived. It's an open-air museum, so you're at the mercy of the elements. We found...More
We had an extra half-day in Tbilisi and this museum was recommended by a friend. We found it super interesting and were so glad we went. BUT, you must get a guided tour (a private English guide was available at the ticket office when we...More
Sorry for late answer. We took a bus from the main square in Tblisi to the park where we caught the cable car up to the lake and then walked down to the museum and then another short walk further down the hill to then catch... More
Sorry for late answer. We took a bus from the main square in Tblisi to the park where we caught the cable car up to the lake and then walked down to the museum and then another short walk further down the hill to then catch the bus back to the square. I do not know about night time. There is an excellent tourist information service booth near the main square in Tblisi.