The food enthusiasts now have new dishes to taste with this freshly opened, one of a kind museum in the center of the city. The museum offers a collection of old Georgian recipes blended with new ones, all-set Georgian spice combinations and culinary master classes with wine tasting options.
Tbilisi Auto Museum is hidden away in the outskirts of the city that are often left undiscovered by visitors. However, for the right visitors, its surly worth a visit. This special museum is one of the diverse and large-scale collections of Soviet era cars in the world, and the only auto museum in the South Caucasus.
Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine Arts houses the best-known Georgian artwork from the last two centuries and Golden Treasury, dated back to the 8th-19th Centuries, including the most significant exhibits of the icon of Zarzma Monastery, the Chalice of Bedia and Anchistkhati.
A petite museum of distinguished Georgian artist of the 20th century, famous for his detailed and comprehensive portrait works. The museum houses over two thousand paintings, five hundred graphics, and up to seventy personal items of the artists.
For visitors, who are interested in sculpture, the famous sculptor, Mr. Iakob Nikoladze must be a familiar name. He was the founder of Georgian realistic style sculpture, one of the founders of Tbilisi Art Academy and its very first professor. The museum houses up to 114 sculptures, sketches, photos and documentary materials.
A cozy house museum in the city center dedicated to 20th century distinguished Georgian painter, graphic artist and theater decorator Elene Akhvlediani. Mrs. Akhvlediani is famous for her depictions of Georgian towns, for her illustrations for the works of Ilia Chavchavadze and Vazha-Pshavela, and for designing plays in the Marjanishvili Theater. The studio was a cultural centre of the city and still lives up to its name since the opening of the museum.
Over a century old Museum telling history of the capital, Tbilisi, starting from the 4 millennium BCE to the contemporary times, with its diverse collection of archeological, ethnological and archival materials as well as the selection of national and applied arts, and a rich photo-collection.
One of the world's oldest silk museums, once a research station of imperial Russia, the museum was opened in 1887. The museum displays a versatile and diverse exposition from 63 countries. Unlike other silk museums that mostly showcase silk collections, this one exhibits everything about silk and sericulture.
Comparably small, easy to find museum for lovers of the folk songs and music instruments that shaped beautiful sounds and songs during many years of their existence. The visitors can observe mainly Georgian traditional musical instruments from various regions of Georgia. The traditional Georgian polyphonic singing is also represented by a collection of audio recordings.
Situated in the very center of the city, behind the Tbilisi Marriott Hotel on the Rustaveli avenue, Georgian Museum of Literature houses unique samples of Georgian literature, along with archives, manuscripts and memorial belongings of well-known Georgian and foreign writers.
A home-studio type museum dedicated to renowned Georgian painter, graphic, academician of the mid twentieth century Mose Toidze (1871-1953), he is widely regarded as one of the fundamental painters of Georgina Fine Arts. The museum houses paintings and graphics of the artist, photo and documentary materials.
National Center of Manuscripts is a must see museum for visitors interested in Georgian written history, ancient books and linguistics. Many might not know that Georgian language has its own unique writing system that is one of the twelve writing systems in the world. Collection of the manuscripts comprises ancient handwritten books, historical documents and private archives of eminent public figures.
The National Museum is famous for its unique collection of the national treasury, Soviet Union Occupation Hall and artifacts of the natural and human history starting from the animal remains dated back to 40 million years.
The only open air museum in Tbilisi portraying everyday lifestyle of Georgians through the centuries, mostly from the rural areas of Georgia. The museum features 70 unique houses and thrift buildings characteristic from 14 ethnographic zones of Georgia.
The newly built museum unites fine arts gallery with Art House, that consists of restaurants, cafes, a lounge, a swimming pool, a fitness club, and a Georgian designers’ boutique. The Arts Gallery displays a collection of 3,500 artworks by almost 80 Georgian notable artists of the last 70 years.