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Georgian National Museum

3, Rustaveli Ave, Tbilisi 0105, Georgia
995 32 998022
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3, Rustaveli Ave, Tbilisi 0105, Georgia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

If you are visiting Tbilisi this is the museum to visit. Different parts of Georgian history are interestingly displayed. The most beautiful is the collection of golden artefacts from the ancient kingdom of Colchis. A nice collection of Bibles, robes etc and a museum of...More

Thank math1482
Reviewed 2 days ago

The museum has some very interesting exhibits, especially the floor on the Russian occupation, but they could do with more detailed information in terms of leaflets, tours etc. An audio guide would be great. This was not available.

Thank LovinEveryMinute
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We found the museum to be very interesting. It clearly presents items with good explanations in English. We particularly found the sections on prehistoric people in this region, jewelry from 2000-3000 BC, and the terrible events of the Soviet period to be most informative. Definitely...More

Thank Monty1424
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The current exhibition Stone Age Georgia (on until September 2017) is a must see for anyone interested in our prehistoric past - out of Africa into the Caucasus. The explanatory signage is superb, and the Dmanisi skulls are a stunning revelation.

Thank Jill M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This museum collections are expertly curated and displayed. Some random small collections on the top floor, permanent and temporary exhibitions on lower floors. Shops were a bit disappointing --so appropriate catalogue in Georgian and English. Not terribly large, 90-120 minutes quite sufficient without rushing.

Thank Stephanie C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Georgian National Museum presents internationally significant collections of art and dynamic. There you can see many interesthing things and historical documents, primitive human's skulls

Thank mliparteliani
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is a unique museum. I t concentrates on early times of Georgia plus sections dedicated to recent history. Small but very interesting.

Thank Shim S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I like Georgia; I like warm, hospitable and gracious Georgian people, we have really enjoyed our tour, but this museum, especially it’s "Soviet Occupation" part, was like a fly in the ointment. The exhibition need to indoctrinate everyone with absolute hate toward everything related to...More

Thank Rene P
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Was taken during a recent business trip to Tbilisi, nice place, very interesting and well worth the trip to visit.

1  Thank Jacmac00
Reviewed 7 April 2017

good to every one who likes History the museum have several part. ancient . world war ,... good too see

Thank v g
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Lenore1600
I wish to view the Dmanisi skulls and learn about Georgian homonids. Are these found in the National Musuem or at the Dmanisi site?
21 January 2015|
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Response from Hans H | Reviewed this property |
The Dmanisi skulls are not at display in the National Museum. Enjoy your trip! Hans
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Череп человека из Кодис Клде пытались реставрировать,что бы посмотреть как он выглядел при жизни?
6 December 2016|
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Response from AZA575 | Reviewed this property |
Рекомендую задать вопрос в музее
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Череп человека из Кодис Клде пытались реставрировать,что бы посмотреть как он выглядел при жизни?
6 December 2016|
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Я не совсем поняла ваш вопрос..Но попытаюсь узнать через коллег
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