Famous Museums in Tbilisi

The museums in Tbilisi give the very essence of its citizens and rich culture. If you are looking for something deeper and more meaningful, head to the museums in city. Explore the cultural, artistic, scientific, or historical side of Tbilisi with these museums.
We have curated a variety of the best and free museums in city, besides the usual arts or historical ones. Explore and engage yourself with the wonders of science at the museum of science in Tbilisi. Get fascinated by the exceptional stories of heroes at war museums or memorials. You can go wow with your kids at the Natural history museums or enjoy some time at children's museums in Tbilisi.
Check out this list for an entertaining and enlightening trip to the museums in Tbilisi.

Let's explore the finest collection of museums in Tbilisi:

  1. Georgian National Museum

    4.6 (1222 Votes)
    Georgian National Museum


    The Georgian National Museum is a good way to kick-off sightseeing in Tbilisi. The museum showcases everything from the city’s history, culture, science and art. The Medieval art pieces, exquisite jewelry from ancient Colchis and some of the best contemporary art works by Georgian artists, only scratch the surface of the museum. The museum complex consists of 10 museums, 4 historic homes,...Read more
  2. Open Air Museum

    4.6 (677 Votes)
    Open Air Museum

    Art Museum, Museum

    See an exclusive collection of folk art and craft from all over Georgia displayed in the Open Air Museum of Ethnography. The place hosts cultural events, festivals and is best known for its display of classic Georgian architecture.  Highlights include: Kakhetian House Sajalabu House Spring festival held in May. 14 exponents of Georgian architecture that spread across 52 hectares of land a...Read more
  3. J.stalin's Underground Printing House Museum


    Joseph Stalin was a leader of the communist party of the Soviet Union who played a major role in making the country powerful after World War II. Stalin used this secret printing house located underneath a residential house and published banned information and revolutionary ideas that further contributed to the Russian Revolution in the early 20th century. The access to the publication is only t...Read more
  4. Moma Tbilisi

    4.3 (27 Votes)
    Moma Tbilisi

    Art And Culture, Museum, Architecture , Sculpture

    Dedicated to Zurab Konstantines dze Tsereteli- Georgia’s famous sculpture, painter and architect, the MOMA offers a peak into the artist’s world. Zurab Tsereteli is known for his controversial art and even though his work is seen all over the world, the museum in Tbilisi is where you can see his soul. The collection of sketches, paintings and the many bronze sculptures that are plac...Read more
  5. Tbilisi Auto Museum

    4.7 (21 Votes)
    Tbilisi Auto Museum

    Automobile Museum

    Consisting of a small but impressive collection of 25 cars and 7 motorcycles rom the Soviet era, the Tbilisi Auto Museum is the only car museum not just in Georgia but in the Cauacaus region too! From ZAZ classics, vintage GAZ ‘Chaika’ models, Moskvitch cars, BMW bikes to Dnepr and Ural classics, the collection here is one that is rare to come across anywhere else in the world. The ...Read more
  6. Art Museum Of Georgia

    4.2 (27 Votes)
    Art Museum Of Georgia

    Art And Culture, Art Museum, Museum, Architecture

    The Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine Arts is one of the most reputed place to see Georgian art at its best! Take a look at the permanent collection that date back to the medieval times, admire beautifully carved gold pieces from the 8th to 20th centuries and jewelry and textiles from 8th to 15th century along with beautiful mosaics, paintings, sculptures and architectural pieces. Don’t...Read more
  7. Tbilisi History Museum

    4.2 (11 Votes)
    Tbilisi History Museum

    History Museum, Historical Site

    The Tbilisi History Museum offers Tbilisi’s journey from the 19th century through old photos and models of homes and costumes. The museum also offers workshops on craft-making in their authentic form with old tools. The collection of old jewelry, textiles, crafts and ceramics, add a beautiful touch to the historic place and is the highlight of the museum. The small restaurant accommodated...Read more
  8. Jvari

    4.8 (198 Votes)