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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
995 32 998022
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Despite the grand exterior, the museum didn't have much going on other than an exhibit of Georgia during the Soviet era...further ruining the experience were some of its rude staff...pretty sub-standard considering it's the most important museum in the country...

Thank thelonious22
Reviewed 4 days ago

It was awesome museum, learning many things of culture and past life style in Georgia.there is one floor of collection of Iranian paints and hand writing belongs to Qajar kingdom. I enjoy it .

Thank Elham S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Certainly well worth visiting, especially for the numismatic displays. I spent an hour there, but could have spent several more if we had the time. Well worth the price of admission.

Thank MichaelBroadhurst
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Spread over 4 floors, there are 5-6 large halls. Some with temporary exhibits, some permanent- such as the hall about soviet occupation. Others about evolution of mankind, treasury: coins and jewellery, Georgian clothes. One can spend 2-3 hours walking here. One gets a good insight...More

Thank ajitman121
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a very well curated museum, with engaging displays of prehistoric Georgia,through the exquisite goldwork of the late BC/early AD eras, and traditional Georgian costumes from various regions and periods. I happily spent half a day here.

Thank FulltimeTraveler
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

3 floors of exeptional show starting from basement gold jewlery from b.c. to the evolution of human skull thant to local dress snd habit.interesting fir sure.clean.

Thank Zippi_11
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It's very cool museum with nice price, 5 Lari, it has bunches of museum in it, I strongly suggest to visit Museum of Soviet Occupation in 4th floor, it has cafe too if you tired you can take a rest

Thank Babak H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Russian invasion and occupation wing in very interesting and most of the explanations are translated in English. The Asian wing is poor. The anthropology wing is VERY well done and the skull exhibits excellent. The Dmanisi woman looks very good! The gold museum section...More

1  Thank Fetustician
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The gold work of ancient Georgia is rightly legendary. We spend two hours enthralled with the beauty of the ancient jewelry. It's extraordinary. The anthropology displays are excellent. The discoveries in Georgia have made this display important to the entire world. I loved seeing the...More

Thank OakvilleHouse
Reviewed 4 weeks 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
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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