Couldnt enter the museum i dont know where the main door and noone in the reception has come and open the door! But probably it has free entrance.
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It's very nice. You will see and learn the life of georgian people before and they have free guide inside each house. There is also restaurant inside the area.
Best collections, Gold, history museum, Stone age exhibition, occupation musemo (on the third floor) Incredibly friendly stuff introducing the history of this amazing country :) cradle of wine and first Europeans )
We three British middle aged guys were on our last week in Georgia and decided to visit the museum on Friday 29/9. After a late lunch in Duqani we thought we were cutting it fine by trying to fit a museum in before (we thought)...More
Artefacts date back to the third millenium BC. Of note are three specific sections: the costume section, the war section and the hominid section. The last is the most extensive I have come across, It charts the development of Homo Neanderthal and Homo Sapiens both...More
Full of beautifully presented and expertly curated pieces of wonder from Georgia. I was blown away by the pure beauty of 4000 year old golden ducks and the solemnity of the bullet holes in the train carriage.
The lower floors of the museum are filled with interesting exhibits on archaeology, weapons, period dress, gold. BUT the most interesting exhibit for me was on Soviet Occupation. It was opened in 2006 to celebrate the anniversary declaration of independence from the Russian Empire in...More
We visited there last week. Really interesting museum. Wonderful displays that are clearly labeled and easy to appreciate. We had a wonderful visit there as it is world class
Easy to explore on your own and exhibits are spread out. On the day I went, there were not many other visitors.
Located in a recently renovated Soviet era building, this museum has a extraordinary display of Paleolithic hominid remains and stone tools. The collection of ancient coins and gold objects is world class. There is a good display of 18th-19th century costumes and weaponry. The collection...More