The museum, originally founded in 1937, is a must see for history buffs or anyone interested in the Soviet history. The museum is telling a story of a young boy from provincial city, who became the leader of Soviet Union through collection of unique photos, gifts, furniture, personal items and even his face mask. His humble beginnings are illustrated by the basement hut where Stalin started out his life, it was rented by his father who used to be a shoemaker. There is also Stalin's own personal train carriage, complete with well-equipped sleeping quarters and a writing desk. Keep in mind that locals of Gori have mixed feelings about Stalin and in many circles he is still respected as a renowned leader.
City area/address: Very Center, 32 Stalin Avenue, Gori, Georgia
Working hours: Everyday 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.