Just around the corner from Stalin Museum, Gori Historical and Ethnographic Museum is a comparably small museum, well worth visiting for those interested in the history of the region from prehistoric times to the early 20th century.
Founded in 1936, Ozurgeti historical museum is the main museum in Guria region. This cosy museum houses more than 6000 items dated from the 9th millennium BC until nowadays, notable artifacts include Napoleon Bonaparte's rapier, numismatics from various countries and notable fine arts samples.
Signagi Museum of History and Ethnography, located in the regional capital of Kakheti, was founded in 1947. The first exhibition opened on December 31st, 1950, comprising seven hundred artifacts. The Painting Gallery was founded at the museum in 1967, furnished with donations from well-known and beginner artists.
The only museum solely dedicated to money is located in the building of the National Bank of Georgia, in the small town of Kvareli, Eastern Georgia. The museum's exhibits lead visitors through the centuries-old history of money circulation in Georgia, from the 6th century B.C. up to the present day.
Located in Rabati district, in the recently reconstructed fortress of Akhaltsikhe, the museum offers well laid out and organized collection of 25,000 objects representing history and culture on the region from prehistoric times to Ottoman rule.
Trademark Tsinandali now easily recognized by lovers of Georgian wine, is in truth, name of the residency, once owned by poet, public figure and a member of the Kakhetian noble family Alexandre Chavchavadze, who lived in Georgia in 19th century.
Located across the center of Mestia in a modern concrete building, Svaneti Ethnographical Museum satisfies all the modern standards and tells the real story of the region that was never touched by invasions, cloistered high up in the North Caucasus mountains.
Located in Joseph Stalin's hometown, Gori, museum still carries a lot of Soviet-Era characteristics and has largely nicknamed as propaganda museum by foreigners. Museum complex consists of the memorial house, where Stalin was born, exposition building with tower and Stalin’s personal train carriage.
Borjomi Museum of Local History was opened in 1926 in a building built by German gothic architect V. Shveier 36 years earlier. Museum has five main departments: archaeological, historical-ethnographical, applied art, local landscape and nature department.
This petite museum is located in the village of Stepantsminda at an altitude of 1900 meters. Founded in the memorial house of the well-known Georgian writer Alexander Kazbegi, the museum narrates the history and lifestyle of the Khevi region.
Samshvilde and Kldekari Museum Reserve protects archaeological site, the ancient megalithic complexes, cyclopean castles and a valley of the Middle Bronze Age barrows, unique monuments of secular and church architecture of Trialeti range, Georgia.
Uplistsikhe Historical and Architectural Museum-Reserve is located in Shida Kartli, where the history of the cave city of Uplistsikhe is transmitted through the artifacts found in its vicinity (from the II millennium BC).
Vardzia Historical-Architectural Museum-Reserve is located in South Georgia, historical region of Javakheti on the altitude of 1300 m above the sea level; Caves systems of various shapes, remains of Antique settlement, rock villages, medieval town-castles are preserved on the territory of Vardzia village.