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Kutaisi Historical Museum

The museum was established in 1921, it houses more then 150 thousand items of cultural heritage of the country (from IX-VII c.c. B.C. up to late medieval times). Among them are: Bronze Age and Antiquity period monuments – archaeological discoveries from western Georgia, rare samples Georgian, Roman, Byzantine and Oriental history, everyday life and culture rare objects, collection of oldest epigraphic monuments and Georgian manuscripts – rare charters, ethnographic materials, significant samples of items (goldsmith works, metalwork, ceramics, leather, glassworks, textiles, woodcuts). Permanent exhibitions are displayed in 10 spaces on two floors. In 2005 had finished reconstruction of the “Gold Treasury” hall, and at the moment the permanent display there is done according the modern standards. In 2006 have started rehabilitation of the museum – a full reconstruction of the facilities according the international standard.

Location: 18 Pushkin str., Kutaisi

Opening hours: 10 Am-6 Pm (Always open)


It was founded in 1970. The museum preserves more than 1600 exhibits. Here are photos and documentaries of famous athletes, books published on sports topics, sports equipment and various awards received at international tournaments of the Olympic Games, World Cup, Europe, Europe, Georgia – gold, silver, bronze medals, cups, whims, souvenirs. Kutaisi Sport Museum is quite attracting for people interested in this field. You can learn about the history of Georgian sports and the achievements of Georgian athletes here.

Location: 3 Paliashvili Street, Kutaisi

Opening hours: 10 Am-6 Pm (Always open)


The museum presents exhibits related to wine and wine making typical for all parts of Georgia. Museum guests will learn a variety of information about Georgian wine and will also be able to taste different types of wines.

Location: #2 of 7 things to do in Tskaltubo

Opening hours: 10 Am-7 Pm (Always open)