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Georgian National Museum

831 Reviews

Georgian National Museum

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3, Rustaveli Ave, Tbilisi 0105 Georgia
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Freedom SquareTbilisi Metro2 min
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Kakheti wine region full day tour from Tbilisi

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Embark on a wine-tasting tour in Georgia's Kakheti region and leave the driving to your guide. With this small-group tour you'll discover historic sites and scenery in Mtskheta, Bodbe, Badiauri, and Sighnaghi and learn all about Georgia's long history of wine-making.
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Mohammad Qutishat wrote a review Feb 2021
Amman, Jordan2,164 contributions313 helpful votes
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A hidden treasure at the beginning of Rustaveli Avenue, a walking distance from freedom/liberty square, a very convenient location. The Georgian National Museum is the product of the unification of several museums and research centers that hosts various exhibitions, both temporary and permanent, from archaeological to modern art collections and cultural exhibits. The Museum is 4 floors, each floor is divided into two sections, each section specializes in a specific subject/theme with interesting artifacts, to name a few: archaeological, Georgian heritage, soviet occupation, east Asia…etc. Note: The elevator is not working, so be prepared to climb few stairs.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Adam T wrote a review Sep 2020
Stuttgart, Germany47 contributions25 helpful votes
Nice displays, but relatively small considering the age of the Georgian culture. It seemed like it went from 2000 BC to some 18th century clothes and weapons, immediately to the Soviet occupation. I am sure it’s a work in progress and for the $3 dollar admission you can’t go wrong.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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LuizDutraNeto wrote a review May 2020
Rio de Janeiro, RJ8,524 contributions1,543 helpful votes
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At the very beginning of Tbilisi's affluent Rustaveli Avenue and not far from "Freedom Square", a magnificent neoclassical building houses the "Georgian National Museum". The museum was created around 1920 and has an impressive permanent collection of more than 140,000 items representatives of Georgian, Oriental, Russian and European Arts. The old jewelery collection is absolutely awesome! Check also for its temporary exhibitions, with always something interesting going on! Enjoy!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Noam13 wrote a review Apr 2020
Tel Aviv, Israel2 contributions
the museum includes a few floors, don't miss the Soviet occupation section which is mesmerizing, and the Paleontology area.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Piotr R wrote a review Apr 2020
Warsaw, Poland20 contributions2 helpful votes
It is impossible to decribe the cultural treasures of Georgia - you have to see that and the best place for that is this museum. Some floors are better, some are leff fine, but altogether this is a marvel!
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Date of experience: May 2019
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