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Small and interesting collection. We hired an English speaking guide for a modest fee. There is a massive wooden vat downstairs that was used for stomping grapes. It is difficult to fathom that it is made from a single piece of wood.
Better than expected as most exhibits have information in both Georgian and English. The artifacts are good to see and clearly care has been taken to make a proper presentation. For me the highlights were the small images from the first millemium BC (most of...More
If you are unable to find a fascinating object in this museum I suggest you don't bother to visit a museum. This is a brilliant small museum filled with fascinating artefacts ranging from ancient musical instruments to a vast wine press. Everything is labelled and...More
Small place, only 3 lari to enter. English translations for the earlier Bronze and Iron Age objects, as well as the weapons in the 2nd room, etc are sadly minimal but there is more in-depth explanation offered for the gorgeous goldmaking artifacts. Just beautiful. The...More
This museum is apparently in a temporary location while the main site is being refurbished, but it looks like it's taking a while! The displays are very old-school with limited information, but the 10th-16th century icons, some from nearby Galeti Monastery, are well-worth the admission...More
This is a very old school museum- glass cases with labels. You will probably be the first visitors of the day in which case they will scurry round ahead of you and make sure most of the lights are turned on! Some of the religious...More
The door was secured with a chain when we got there - I'm not sure the museum gets flooded with visitors ! It's worth the trip though as the wide ranging exhibits are fascinating and displayed in an endearingly old fashioned way, with paper labels...More
This is a rather small museum that showcases a collection of photos and different objects but it has literally no background information to accompany them, so you can take a look at different items but you will not really have a chance to learn more...More
I stumbled across this small museum in the central part of Kutaisi fairly late in the day. Since it's not big and the entrance fee is cheap, I decided to have a look around. It was a bit rushed but was still worthwhile. Quite a...More