14
May
Museums in Tbilisi

In Georgia there are a lots of museums, this blog may help you decide which museum is worth of visit and find out their location. 

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Mirza Phatali Akhundov Museum of Azerbaijan Culture

Museum collection description: The museum houses memorial belongings of several public figures of Azerbaijan public persons and writers: Mirza Phatali Akhundov, Nariman Narimanov, Mamed Kuli Zade; also there are stored photo documents reflected cultural relationship of Georgia and Azerbaijan, books, documents, editions of scientific works and belles-letters in Azerbaijani language, etc.

Working hours: everyday except Saturday and Sunday, 11.00-18.00.
Ticket price: free.
Address: Vakhtang Gorgasali Street 17, Tbilisi

State Museum of Georgian Folk Songs and Musical Instruments
The museum houses collections of Georgian and South Caucasian people authentic musical instruments, as well as European mechanical and classical musical instruments, collection of arghans. In the museum are kept manuscript notes of Georgian folk music, audio-video records, phono-photo materials. There are also samples of fine and applied art, gramophone records (beginning of the XX c.) of Georgian folk songs and so called Oriental songs.
 
Working hours: Everyday except Monday, 11.00 – 18.00
Address: Samgebro 6, Tbilisi

Georgian State Museum of Folk and Applied Art
The museum houses collections of XIX-XX c.c. craft works from Georgia, as well as objects, made by other Caucasian nations. In the museum are displayed gold and silver items, also objects – adornments, belts, weapons, household objects; there are also collections of Caucasian rugs and carpets, silk, leather, heavy cloth, felt objects, Khevsuretian (East Georgia, mountainous region) clothes, embroidery samples, tapestry; collection of local musical instruments; collections of folk craft objects. In the museum are stored works of Latvian artist Yuli Straume (1874-1970) the rich collection of drawings based on the Caucasian ethnographic material–ornament patterns, sketches, etc.
 
Working hours: Everyday except Monday, 10.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: Adult -3 GEL, Students - 1.5 GEL, Schoolchildren (max. 15 people) 0.5 GEL, Guided Tour Fee 10 GEL
Free of charge: Children under 6 years of age and homeless children. Groups: Employees of Georgian and Foreign Museums, ICOM members (with valid identification), First and second category disabled persons (with valid identification).
Address: Tsotne Dadiani Street 28, Tbilisi

Georgian National Museum
The museum has been under renovation for several years, and in June 2011, one part of the museum's exhibition halls reopened to the public. Currently, you can enjoy the permanent exhibition "The Archaeological Treasury" and temporary exhibitions held periodically at the museum.

Working hours: Tuesday–Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Entrance Fees
Adults: 5 GEL
School Children: 0.5GEL
Children (under 6): Free
Free to: ICOM members, museum employees, people with limited abilities, internally displaced persons (IDPs), socially unprotected persons.
Address: Shota Rustaveli Avenue 11, Tbilisi

Museum of Rustaveli State Academic Theatre
In Museum kept materials about  producers and actors of theater (personal things, manuscripts, photo materials etc.), as well as sketches of artists L. Gudiashvili, E. Akhvlediani, I. Gamrekeli, S.Virsaladze etc.), posters and programs of theater. The Museum has library.
 
Working hours: everyday except Sunday & Monday, 11.00 – 18.00 Ticket price: free
Address: Shota Rustaveli Avenue 17, Tbilisi

Mikheil Javakhishvili House Museum
The museum - former apartment of the famous Georgian writer Mikheil Javakhishvili(1880-1937) houses materials of writer’s life and work. These are: private things and photos, library, posters and other documents which reflect hard life of creative personality (Mikheil Javakhishvili was executed during Stalin's Great Purge and shot in 1937).

Working hours: Everyday, except Saturday and Sunday,11.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: free
Mikheil Javakhishvili Street 21, Tbilisi

Museum of Vano Sarajishvili Tbilisi State Conservatory
In Museum are kept materials unique relics of Georgian musical heritage (since XIX century up today). Among them are: posters and handbills (dated from 1850-s), programs, manuscripts, porcelain wall ornaments; librettos and sketches written by the Georgian classics for opera performances; documents revealing the history of the Tbilisi State Conservatory.
 
Working hours: everyday except Saturday & Sunday, 11.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: free.
Alexander Griboedov Street 8, Tbilisi

Literature-Memorial Museum of Ilia Chavchavadze
The Literature-Memorial Museum of Ilia Chavchavadze (1837-1907), Georgian writer and a public figure of special importance, is a memorial complex that include Ilia Chavchavadze House Museum in Tbilisi, Literature-Memorial Museum, here used to be office and typography of the newspaper "Iveria". The museum houses materials of Ilia Chavchavadze's life and work: memorial belongings, documents and photo archive, periodicals published by Ilia Chavchavadze, manuscripts, XIX –XX c.c. paintings and graphics, various editions of Ilia Chavchavadze works.
 
Working hours: everyday except Sunday & Monday, 10.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: free.
Ivane Javakhishvili Street 7, Tbilisi

Dolls Muzeum
The Museum houses unique collection of different dolls. Among them are: dancers of Flamenco, Indian captain and kimonoed Japanese ladies, personages of Georgian tales and literature works, dancer girls, the girl with soap-bubble etc. In 1990-ies the museum was robbed and there lost several unique exhibits. After that the museum wasn’t open for visitors until 2008 when by initiative of Tbilisi Municipality had been made rehabilitation works in Museum.
 
Working hours: everyday except Monday, 11.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: Adults- 3 GL, children – 1 GL
Ioane Shavteli Street 17, Tbilisi

The house-museum of Mose Toidze
The house-museum of Mose Toidze, academic and people’s artist, was established by the Ministry of Culture in 1986. The basis of the collection was provided by Toidze’s immediate heirs.
Mose Toidze (1871-1953) lived in the house from 1920 until his death in 1953. The house-museum aims at preserving and introducing Mose Toidze’s works to the public, as they represent the foundation of modern Georgian art.
The museum contains 373 pieces, much of which encompasses Toidze’s diverse genre-paintings and graphics.  The museum reserves also contains paintings and graphics by Irakli and Giorgi Dolidze, sculptures by I. Nikoladze and K. Merabishvili, artworks by E. Baghdavadze, K. Magalashvili, R. Gvelesiani, K. Sanadze, R. Grigorian, V. Krotkov, Kibrik, A. Sudiana, Phogel, Musaev, and others.
The museum periodically hosts creative events, scientific seminars, various meetings, and excursions.

Working hours: Tuesday -Sunday 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Entrance Fees
Adults: 3GEL
School Children: 0.5GEL
Children (under 6): Free
Friends of Museum (become a member): Free
Free to: ICOM members, museum employees, people with limited abilities, internally displaced persons (IDPs), socially unprotected persons.
R. Lagidze Str. 12, Tbilisi

Ioseb Grishashvili Library-Museum
The Tbilisi History Museum was founded in 1910 as the City Municipal Museum. More recently, it was given the name of the famous Georgian poet Ioseb Grishashvili. Since 1984, the Tbilisi History Museum has been located in a restored caravanserai, representing the city's historic role as a Silk Road trading outpost.
The museum houses over fifty thousand artifacts. They reflect Tbilisi's history from the end of the 4 millennium BCE to the present day. The museum presents archeological, ethnological and archival materials as well as the pieces of national and applied arts, and a rich photo-collection. A number of unique works of artistic and graphic arts are also preserved in this museum.
Together with older works, the museum also exhibits pieces of contemporary art. Since 1986, many exhibitions of Georgian and foreign artists have been displayed at the museum.

Working hours: Tuesday–Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Entrance Fees
Adults: 3GEL
School Children: 0.5GEL
Children (under 6): Free
Friends of Museum (become a member): Free
Free to: ICOM members, museum employees, people with limited abilities, internally displaced persons (IDPs), socially unprotected persons.
Address: Algeti Street 1, Tbilisi

Zakaria Paliashvili House Museum
The museum houses materials of well-known Georgian composer Zakaria Paliashvili's (1871-1933) life and work: memorial belongings (furniture, crockery, clothes, personal belongings), personal archive, original scores of operas "Abesalom and Eteri", "Daisi" and playbills of first stagings, documents and photographs of Zakaria Paliashvili', manuscripts, library, etc.
 
Working hours: everyday except Sunday-Tuesday, 11.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: Adult -0.5GEL, Students, Schoolchildren (max. 15 people) - 0.3 GEL, Guided Tour Fee 1.00 GEL
Free of charge: soldiers, refugees, retired workers of the Z.Paliashvili Opera and Ballet Theatre, laureates of Z.Paliashvili prize, employees of Georgian and Foreign Museums, ICOM members (with valid identification).
Address: Dimitri Bakradze Street 10, Tbilisi

The Elene Akhvlediani memorial house-museum
The Elene Akhvlediani memorial house-museum was established on April 18th, 1976.  This house-museum represents a typical Georgian interior, where visitors can find the artist’s pictorial and graphic artworks, theatrical sketches, costumes, book illustrations, photo materials, personal archives, useful artwork exhibits, and artworks by various artists. The house-museum reserves contain over three thousand artifacts. Elene Akhvlediani periodically scheduled thematic and personal exhibition evenings at her house, and creating a place for prominent artist’s gatherings and creative collaborations. Elene Akhvlediani bequeathed her house to the museum, where its unique atmosphere, rich and beautiful traditions, and Akhvlediani’s artworks are still preserved for the public.  

Working Hours: Tuesday -Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Museum.ge
Entrance Fees
Adults: 3GEL
School Children: 0.5GEL
Children (under 6): Free
Friends of Museum (become a member): Free
Free to: ICOM members, museum employees, people with limited abilities, internally displaced persons (IDPs), socially unprotected persons.
Address: Leo Kiacheli Street 12

The Open Air Museum
The Open Air Museum was founded on April 27, 1966 by the famous Georgian ethnographer Giorgi Chitaia.
It is located in Tbilisi's Vake district, to the west of "Turtle Lake". It occupies 52 hectares of land and houses more than eight thousand artifacts brought from all over Georgia.
The Open Air Museum encompasses 14 ethnographic zones: Kartli, Samegrelo, Adjara, Abkhazia, Svaneti, Khevsureti, Kakheti, Meskheti, Javakheti, Guria, Imereti, Racha, Lechkhumi and Ossetia. 
Each exhibit presents a certain historic-ethnographic area of Georgia. Together with architectural monuments, the museum presents ethnographic materials - different kinds of tools, textiles, and ceramics. The museum also includes the 5th-6th century basilica of Sioni, as well as a rich collection of grave stones in relief.
Visitors can explore on their own, or enjoy guided tours around the museum. The museum provides a tranquil environment for visitors to experience Georgian folk exhibitions and festivals throughout the year, and has a quaint Georgian restaurant where you can enjoy the breathtaking view of Tbilisi.

Working hours: every day except monday 11:00-16:00
Entrance Fees
Adults: 1.5GEL
School Children: 0.5GEL
Children (under 6): Free
Friends of Museum (become a member): Free
Free to: ICOM members, museum employees, people with limited abilities, internally displaced persons (IDPs), socially unprotected persons.
Up to 10 persons 25GEL
School children groups 10GEL
Address: Kus Tba Road 0, Tbilisi

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Korsha Etnographical Museum


The museum houses collections of ethnographical items which reflect life of Khevsureti inXVIII-XIX cc. There are: Khevsuretian men’s and woman’s clothes, weapons and agrarian work tools, furniture, vessels and also photo materials, paintings of Shota Arabuli (director of museum).

Working hours: everyday, 11.00 – 16.00
Ticket price: Free
Address: village Korsha, Dusheti

Ilia Chavchavadze Saguramo State Museum
The museum houses memorial belongings of outstanding Georgian writer and public figure Ilia Chavchavadze (1837-1907), photo portraits of XIX c. representatives of Georgian culture, as well as photographs of everyday life of the époque, manuscripts of the writer, samples of published by him periodicals (Iveria, Sakartvelos Moambe, etc.), several samples of Georgian and foreign fine art (Jaques de Molle enters the Tamplier Order by Garnier,Mazepa surrounded by wolves by Verne, Fear by unknown French painter of the same period, works of well-known Georgian artists Lado Gudiashvili, Ucha Japaridze, Iakob Nikoladze), XVIII-XIX c.c. German decorative and everyday crockery, furniture, etc.

Working hours: Everyday, except Monday, 10.00 – 18.00
Ticket price: Adults - 1 GEL, students and schoolchildren - 1 GEL
Free of charge: Children less than 6 years of age and homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, First and second category disabled persons (with valid identification), soldiers, refugees.
Museum address: 3311, Village Saguramo, Mtskheta district

Tianeti Local Museum
The museum houses collections of archaeological items discovered by the expeditions and accidentally in Tianeti area ( items from Early Bronze Age up to late medieval times), ethnographic material, religious objects and samples of the Four Gospels (manuscripts, printed editions), textile collection (kilims from East Georgia mountainous regions, for ex. Khevsuretian clothes and accessories), medieval ceramic crockery, etc.

Working hours: Everyday, except Monday, 10.00 – 18.00
Ticket price: Free
Address: 17, Rustaveli str. 2500, Tianeti

Vazha-Pshavela House Museum
The museum houses memorial objects connected with life and work of well-known Georgian poet Vazha-Pshavela (1861-1915), ethnographic collection (XIX c. and beginning of the XX c.), various publications of poet's works, also are presented paintings, graphic and sculptures, photographs dedicated to the poet. Museum’s branch: Korsha Ethnographical Museum.

Working hours: Everyday, except Monday, 10.00 – 18.00
Ticket price: 0.50 GEL, Guided tours – 5 GEL
Free of charge: Children less than 6 years of age and homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, First and second category disabled persons (with valid identification), soldiers, refugees.
Museum address: 1810, village Chargali, Dusheti district

Dusheti Local Museum
The museum was established in 1949, it houses collections of archaeological items discovered by the expeditions and accidentally in Dusheti area (3000 items from Early Bronze Age up to late medieval times), ethnographic material, textile collection (kilims from East Georgia mountainous regions, folk clothes and accessories), glass and ceramic (including glazed ones) crockery, etc. Branches: Gudani Ethnography Museum (Village Korsha), Daniel Chonkadze House Museum.

Working hours: everyday except Monday, 10.00 – 18.00
Ticket price: Free
Address: 1800, Milakhvriantkari settlement, Dusheti.

Great Mtskheta Archaeological State Museum-Reserve
Museum-reserve includes: several exceptional archaeological exhibits of different historical periods the earliest of which – the agricultural tools dated back by IV millennium BC belonged to ancient farmers; toys of children of prehistoric times (II millennium BC.), precious metal artifacts of the Antique Period marked with highest level of craftsmanship and the perfect samples of the Ancient Greek epigraphy. Besides, tourists will be able to visit ancient burial ground used for the vast period of time - from the II Millennium BC till the VIII-IX cc AD and the settlement remains dated back by VIII-VII cc BC. Other outstanding monuments of Antique Era and early medieval times are as follows: Armaztsikhe-Bagineti- an acropolis of the city of Mtskheta, the royal residence of the rulers of Iberia (III c BC – VIII c AD), Armaziskhevi – the residence of the Pitiakhshis-Eristavs of Kartli and their burial ground and a mausoleum built in the I c. AD at the bottom of a rocky mountain.

Working hours: Everyday, except Monday, 10.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: Adults -3 GEL, school children and students – 1 GEL
Free of charge: Children under 6 years of age and homeless children. Groups: Employees of Georgian and Foreign Museums, ICOM, ICOMOS members (with valid identification), First and second category disabled persons, soldiers, refugees
Museum address: 51, David Agmashenebeli str. 3300, Mtskheta

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Ioseb Noneshvili Museum

The museum houses memorial objects connected with life and work of Georgian poetIoseb Noneshvili (1918-1980), ethnographic collection (XIX c. and beginning of the XX c.), various publications of poet's works, also paintings, graphic and sculptures, photographs dedicated to the poet, audio and video materials.
Working hours: Everyday except Monday, 10.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: Adult - 1 GEL, schoolchildren and students - 0.50 GEL
Free of charge: Children less than 6 years of age and homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, First and second category disabled persons, soldiers, refugees.
Address: village Kardenakhi, Gurjaani distict

Raphiel Eristavi House Museum
The museum houses memorial materials of Georgian poet Raphiel Eristavi (1824-1901). There are: ethnography materials; various publications of poet's works, also antiquity furniture, paintings, graphic works, and photographs.
Working hours: Everyday except Saturday and Sunday, 10.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: free
Address: village Kistauri, Akhmeta district

Giorgi Leonidze House Museum
The museum houses memorial objects connected with life and work of Georgian poet Giorgi Leonidze, ethnographic collection (XIX c. and beginning of the XX c.), various publications of poet's works, also paintings, graphic and sculptures, photographs dedicated to the writer.
Working hours: Everyday except Monday, 10.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: Adult and students -1 GEL, schoolchildren - 1 GEL
Free of charge: Children less than 6 years of age and homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, First and second category disabled persons, soldiers, refugees.
village Patardzeuli, Sagarejo distict

Vano Sarajishvili Memory Museum
The museum houses memorial objects connected with life and work of Georgian opera singer Vano Sarajishvili (1879-1924), ethnographical materials, antiquity vessels, samples of fine art (painting, graphic works, sculpture) and craft, various publications about singer, play’s costume, posters, records with opera parties of singer, photos about Vano Sarajishvili’s plays in Georgian Opera and La-Skala (Italy), compact-discs etc.
Working hours: Everyday except Sunday and Monday, 10.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: free

Nato Vachnadze House Museum
The museum of well-known Georgian cinema actress Nato Vachnadze (1904-1953) was established in Vachnadze family memorial house. In the museum funds and on its display are kept memorial objects of actress and her family: XIX c. and beginning of the XX century furniture, carpets, kilims, crockery (Russian and French china), paintings, graphics, sculpture, photographs, documents, books on the subject of the actress work, copies of her films; the museum houses characteristic for the Kakheti region everyday life and ethnography objects and archaeologicalitems accidentally discovered by local people.
Working hours: Everyday except Monday, 10.00 – 18.00
Ticket price: Adult – 1.50 GEL, students – 1 GEL, schoolchildren - 0.50 GEL
Free of charge: Children less than 6 years of age and homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, First and second category disabled persons, soldiers, refugees.

Dedoplistskaro Local Museum
The museum houses archaeological materials discovered in Dedoplistskaro area (from VI-I c.c. B.C. up to late feudal times): ceramics and bronze items: seals, adornments, ceramic items for medicine purpose, bronze pincers, religious sculptures, masks, Scythian arrowheads; also – numismatic collection (VI c. Sassanian silver and gold coins, Georgian, Russian, German coins), ethnographic collection (Kizik region kilims, saddle-bags, rugs, Kajar gold-thread embroidery, everyday life objects), collection of XX c. Georgian paintings (R. Sturua, A. Popiashvili, J. Gvimradze, R.Tordia etc).
Working hours: Everyday, except Monday, 10.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: free

Akhmeta Local Museum
The museum houses: archaeological objects, discovered in Kakheti region byarchaeological excavations and accidentally (from Late Bronze Age up to medieval times), characteristic everyday life objects, ethnographical materials, crafts from one of the interesting mountainous regions of East Georgia, Tusheti –_parently XIX and beginning of the XX c.c. kilims, felts, samples of Tushetian clothes and accessories.
Working hours: Everyday, except Saturday and Sunday, 10 – 17.00
Ticket price: free

Kote Marjanishvili House Museum
The house museum of well-known Georgian producer of theater Kote Marjanishvili(1872-1933) was established in 1959. In the museum funds and on the display are kept memorial objects (various accessories, clothes, etc.) of producer: Beginning of the XX century antiquarian furniture, carpets, crockery (Russian and French china), paintings (L. Gudiashvili, Petre Otskheli, Elene Akhvlediani etc.),graphics, sculpture, photographs, documents, books on the subject of the producer's performances, audio-video copies of his film (“Amoki”) and performances. The museum houses also characteristic for the Kakheti region everyday life and ethnography objects and archaeological items accidentally discovered by local people.
Working hours: Everyday, 10.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: Adult and students - 3 GEL, schoolchildren - 2 GEL
Free of charge: Children less than 6 years of age and homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, First and second category disabled persons, soldiers, refugees.

Niko Pirosmanashvili State Museum
Working hours: Everyday, except Monday, 10.00-17.00
Ticket price: Adult-3 GEL, school children’s and students - 1GEL
Free of charge: Children under 6 years of age and homeless children. Groups: Employees of Georgian and Foreign Museums, ICOM, ICOMOS members (with valid identification), First and second category disabled persons, soldiers, refugees.

Ilia Chavchavadze Kvareli State Museum
This complex includes family castle and house of outstanding Georgian poet and public figure Ilia Chavchavadze (1837-1907) and exposition hall as well. The museum houses memorial objects of the poet and his family, poet's manuscripts, sets of established by him periodicals, family coat of arms, seal, household objects, XVIII-XIXc.c. weapons, furniture, manuscripts of Georgian and foreign public figures, paintings inspired by the poet's works (by H.Hrinewski, L. Gudiashvili, K. Guruli, S. Meskhi, T. Mirzashvili), rich collection of photographs and archive documents, collection of poet's works editions on various languages.
Working hours: everyday, 10.00 – 17.00
Ticket price: 1 GEL (for all visitor’s category)
Free of charge: Children less than 6 years of age and homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, First and second category disabled persons, soldiers, refugees.

Sighnaghi Museum
Working hours
Tuesday–Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Last admission 30 minutes before closing.
CLOSED on Monday, and official holidays
Entrance Fees
Adults: 3GEL
School Children: 0.5GEL
Children (under 6): Free
Friends of Museum (become a member): Free
Free to: ICOM members, museum employees, people with limited abilities, internally displaced persons (IDPs), socially unprotected persons.

Note: visitors receiving special benefits or free admission privileges should present relevant documents

Aleksandre Chavchavadze House Museum in Tsinandali
The museum is located in the palace of the well-known Georgian poet, where one can see objects representing both the poet's life and creative work, and his époque: epistolary and iconography archive, XIX c. editions on various subjects in French, German, English, Polish, Armenian languages, XVIII c. manuscripts, works of photographer Ermakov, samples of painting and lithography, XVII-XIX c.c. Georgian, Russian, French furniture, other household objects, crockery (Chinese, Japanese, French, German, Italian, Georgian, Russian), musical instruments;Alexsander Chavchavadze in1830 laid out a decorative park which at the moment occupies 18 hectare land. There are different plants – medical, technical, etc. as well as exotic ones from China, Japan, Mediterranean, America, etc. In 1835 there was built one of the first in Georgia wine cellar, where are kept unique collection of wine from many countries (16 500 bottles).
Working hours: Everyday 10.00- 19.00, in winter 10.00-18.00
Ticket price: Adult -5GEL, students – 4 GEL, schoolchildren - 3 GEL
Free of charge: Children less than 6 years of age and homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, First and second category disabled persons, soldiers, refugees.

Telavi Historical Museum
The museum complex includes memorial palace of the Kakheti king Erekle II (built in 1884-86), court church, re_parents of philosophy school, bath and tunnel built by Erekle II, also Ketevan Iashvili Art Gallery. The museum houses king Erekle's belongings and along with them: numismatic collection, erly medieval sarcophagus, late medieval armor, and collections of XVII-XIX c.c. cooper household objects, weapons, Khevsuretian (East Georgian mountainous region) clothes. The Art Gallery houses the private collection (187 items) of Ketevan Iashvili donated by her to the museum. The collection includes works of XIX c. Dach, French, German, Russian (Aivazovski, Kramskoi and other artists) painters, also works of Georgian artists (E.Akhvlediani, L.Gudiashvili, J.Khutsishvili, etc.).
Working hours: Everyday except Monday, 10.00 – 18.00
Ticket price: Adult - 2 GEL, students – 1 GEL, schoolchildren – 0.50 GEL
Free of charge: Children less than 6 years of age and homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, First and second category disabled persons, soldiers, refugees.
Museum address: 1, Erekle II str., 2200, Telavi

Money Museum
The museum is situated in the Georgian National Bank building. The museum houses materials describing the history of money from VI c. up to XX c.: Colchian tetri, antique coins, Sasanian drahmas, Arabdirhems, coins of Georgian kings and Queens Demetre I, Giorgi III, Tamar, etc., as well as Turkish, Iranian, Austrian, Polish and money of various countries; also there are special literature and multimedia publication of money (on CD).
Working hours: everyday except Saturday and Sunday from 9 am till 6 pm (break from 13.00  till  14.00) 
Ticket price: Free
Address: 10, Sh. Rustaveli str., Kvareli

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