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One of the impressive open-air museums in Tbilisi is the Open Air

One of the impressive open-air museums in Tbilisi is the Open Air

One of the impressive open-air museums in Tbilisi is the Open Air

 

Open Air Ethnography Museum Tbilisi
Open Air Ethnography Museum Tbilisi
One of the impressive open-air museums in Tbilisi is the Open Air Museum of Ethnography, which is called “Georgi Chitaya Museum,” an ethnographer from Georgia. 52 hectares, that is, seventy buildings include eight thousand historical objects.

The exhibits in the museum’s courtyards represent folk architecture and handicrafts that carry the city’s culture and were widespread in the medieval period in the region. The museum also includes exhibits indicating different places in the country. The museum was managed as part of the Georgian National Museum on December 30, 2004 AD .

Museum of Illusions Tbilisi
Museum of Illusions Tbilisi
Fun and learning can be had at the same time in the wonderful Tbilisi Museum of Illusions, which gives you the opportunity to enjoy with family and friends and see exhibits that illustrate the concepts of audio, visual and sensory illusions. .

In addition, it contains a cave lit with 3D lighting systems, which makes the atmosphere majestic inside, so we advise you to take an exploration trip in the world of illusions and do various activities full of excitement and suspense; Like the deceptive rooms and the whirlpool tunnel, it is an unmissable opportunity within the museum’s entertainment destinations, and do not forget to take pictures to document the wonderful memories.

Tbilisi Auto Museum
Tbilisi Auto Museum
Many people love cars of all kinds, especially old ones, so the impressive “Tbilisi Auto Museum” was established to provide an opportunity to learn about the types of cars of different historical eras, which have gone through the stages of repair and restoration to be presented in the best and clearest form to the visitor in the museum, and these cars will really surprise you.

Where cars from the Stalin and Gorbachev periods are available, in addition to a diverse and unique collection of old private cars, owned by Soviet rulers and founders of the

 

Communist Party, amazing cars from the seventies are displayed in the museum in addition to some forms of light vehicles such as motorcycles.