Offering an experience of the bygone era of the highly captivating Georgian culture, this museum, sprawling across 3000 square feet, is an enlightening experience on Georgia’s agriculture and dominant folk artistic activities. With more focus on the South-Western Georgian region’s practices, Kemal Turmanidze has rendered spectacular dedication as he set up this museum.
Parts of the museum showcase diverse objects and illustrations with models for activities like pottery, stone, metal, weaving, and wood processing.All this with a good background of folk music.
Apart from these you can also get to see glimpses of Georgia’s past practices of beekeeping,agriculture, viticulture and horticulture.
Towards the end of your exploration here, you can event get to meet the very passionate founder of this museum and his daughter, have a chat with, for some more enlightenment.
Ethnographic Museum Borjgalo Travel Tips
- Do meet the founder for a great conversation.
How to Reach Ethnographic Museum Borjgalo
- By bus or taxi.
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7.08% of people who visit Batumi include Ethnographic Museum Borjgalo in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
57.5% of people start their Ethnographic Museum Borjgalo visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Ethnographic Museum Borjgalo
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