The National Bank of Georgia established Money Museum on the 10th anniversary of national independence of Georgia in 2001. Besides caring political and economic importance, money can be viewed as an artwork and the basis of statehood, symbolizing the unity, power and rank of the country. The museum houses materials describing the history of money from 6th c. up to 20th c including: Colchian tetri, Alexander the Great stater, antique coins, Sasanian drahmas, Arab dirhems, coins of Georgian kings and Queens Demetre I, Giorgi III, Tamar, Lasha-Giorgi, Rusudan, as well as Venetian ducat, Turkish altun, Iranian abazi, Austrian and Polish tallers and of course contemporary money of various countries.
City area/address: Rustaveli #10, Kvareli, Georgia
Working hours: Thursday to Monday, 09:30 a.m. - 16:30 p.m.
Ticket price: Free