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Absolutely wonderful museum to visit. The exhibits are chronologically sequenced and the placards are in excellent English. Besides the great representation of archaeological finds from all across Adjara, the museum guides are delightful, friendly, informative people. Mariam even helped us catch a marshrutka to another...More
As an archeology fan, I found the museum modest and I was happy with the exhibits. Nice pieces, a wonderful way to spend an hour when you're in Batumi. Entrence is 2 Lari and they are open everyday. I recommend.
A specialized museum on natural history of humans life style, tools, clothes, etc with suitable space organized within a classical early 20th century building, with collaborative staff, providing good information of Ajara territory from stone age till 4th-3rd century BC.
İt is average museum, focused mainly to ancient times' history.
Recommended to visit, however don't wait to say "Wooow".
You will need to pay 4 GEL to enter to the museum, however if you are student there is 50% discount, so it will cost you...More
This little museum is inexpensive and relatively well-marked in English. It's an interesting window into the ancient kingdom of Colchis, but also looks at the Greek and Roman and other influences as well. The highlight is the gold collection on the bottom floor. And it's...More
Looking for something indoors to do on a rainy day, found this museum.
Well laid out, well presented artifacts, all labels in multiple languages (Georgian, Russian and English).
Exhibits are beautiful and well presented, worth a visit, come rain or shine
Located not far from city center, this museum will give you insight in local ancient history and how culturally rich Georgia is. It takes less than hour to check out all exhibits, all of them have short explanation in English language.