There are numerous cultural attractions that can be found in and around the city of Tbilisi, which include various museums, art galleries, churches, and many historical buildings and monuments.

            The Tbilisi History Museum is a great place to learn about how the city got where it is today.  Founded in 1910, this museum has over 50,000 historical items that have been collected over the last 95 years, many of which are on display to the general public.  For information about what is currently on display at the museum, check out the Exhibitions link.  For more information about the various museums around the city, check out this Tbilisi Museums page.

            Two of the most important religion structures to the city of Tbilisi are the Sioni Cathedral and the Anchiskhati Basilica.  Originally built in during the second half of the 5th century, the Sioni Cathedral has been reconstructed many times.  Almost as old is the Anchiskhati, which was built in the 6th century. In addition, there are numerous other beautiful churches throughout Tbilisi.

            The Narikala Fortress has overlooked the city of Tbilisi since the 4th century, before the times the city was built.

            For more information about places to visit around the city, check out this Tbilisi Major Attractions page.