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J.Stalin's Underground Printing House Museum

Kaspi St, 7, Tbilisi, Georgia
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An historical delight ......

As a keen student of the Russian Revolution, this little piece of that history was a delight, being... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Paul L

Managed to find my way out to the museum by using metro and then walking. TURN LEFT when you leave... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Kaspi St, 7, Tbilisi, Georgia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

As a keen student of the Russian Revolution, this little piece of that history was a delight, being kept alive by a dedicated and passionate curator, who provides a totally enchanting experience. Even though he spoke very little English, and me only a few words...More

Thank Paul L
Reviewed 1 week ago

Managed to find my way out to the museum by using metro and then walking. TURN LEFT when you leave the metro and right about half a mile on, opposite British Hotel. Then quarter mile up a quiet street and you are there! The guy...More

1  Thank MikeLinda23
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Worth visiting to see how everything operated, what was the security system, and so on. All curators speak only Russian but you can manage by gestures.

Thank msagar
Reviewed 3 September 2017 via mobile

Never seen on like it befor so helpfull to get how hard work in old time and the security system so nice

Thank Tareq A
Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

The guide is passionate, and the fact that it has had no maintenance for so long lends it a sort of authenticity. Certainly has lots of pathos.

Thank Mary F
Reviewed 28 August 2017

This was one hell of an experience. But only because my boyfriend knows Russian and I understand quite a bit as well. So get a Russian speaker as it will be worth it. You will get a tour from the leader of the communist party...More

Thank Ana-Maria B
Reviewed 27 August 2017 via mobile

I went there in aug 2017 , it was amazing and the old man down there knows many things from old ages of the soviet regime , I recommend this place to the people who are into communism and soviets time !

Thank pejmanshojam31
Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

I visited the museum with a friend. It's a very meaningful place to visit in Tbilisi. Besides it's historical value, the enthusiasm showed by the caretakers of the museum was amazing. They saved it from destruction in the 90s, and are still doing their best...More

Thank Arkadij947
Reviewed 5 July 2017

First of all, please take into consideration that, if you don't know Russian or Georgian, it will be difficult for you in this place. However, if you have friend who knows these languages, in this case you can go. The building is original building which...More

2  Thank quliyevcavid
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Go! The gentleman who runs the museum is interesting and engaging, even if you are only getting snippets translated at you by your travelling companion. Definitely the most interesting and "authentic' thing we saw on our trip - real history preserved by a genuine enthusiast

1  Thank Erin M
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Response from pejmanshojam31 | Reviewed this property |
Hi this is a free museum , but an old guy guide you and show the places in the museum , it is good to pay him 5-10lari in the end . I myself gave him 20 , that was amazing and I learned a lot there ;) the people down there... More
18 February 2017|
Response from Moha M | Reviewed this property |
TBH i didnt see any specific hours while visiting, i went there around 4! the location is at Kaspi St, 7, Tbilisi, Georgia