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All reviews different parts history of wine making past centuries speak several languages entry fee spend half a day speak good english interesting place everyday life few hours georgian culture on display local guide interesting stories homes hill pottery
A fascinating place with guides in each building many of whom spoke English and shared many interesting stories about the buildings, Georgian history and wine making. A lovely place to roam around on a bright day.
Museum found in 1966 was a long try by Georgian ethnographer scientists to establish it as a centre with authentic houses from Georgian villages. Here all Georgian regions are represented, well functioning houses from 6 Georgian regions both eastern and western Georgia. Particularly interesting Kakheti...More
This museum gives you clear impression of what the Georgian villages look like by exhibiting genuine houses and yards... certainly worth of visiting especially if you will not have a chance to visit country site.
This park was one of the highlights of my visit to Tbilisi. I took a taxi from town, couple of minutes, 15 lari, and took the time to also visit the more remote houses. There is even a small archeological site, and beautiful views on...More
The houses near the gate are best, and you can enter and get an explanation. The further in you go, the more are locked. Sweet museum but needs a bit more investment. I wouldn’t mind paying more than 5 Lari if it helped.
Heading up the hill to Trout Lake we stopped off seeing the gates open with festivities going on. Ticket is required. Stationary houses complete with interior furnishings from regions of Georgia moved to this location. Well kept. These are from 1700-1800s
As we were getting...More
This is ideal for walking in nature whilst learning about history. The museum is spread over a wide area, with some areas yet to complete. Each house is well equipped and there is a person to tell you the history (they speak several languages including...More
Visiting this place will take you back in time, every style of home has a story to be told and all these homes were gathered from different region across Georgia forming a united regions on one land, this is the place to have a nice...More
Sorry for late answer. We took a bus from the main square in Tblisi to the park where we caught the cable car up to the lake and then walked down to the museum and then another short walk further down the hill to then catch... More
Sorry for late answer. We took a bus from the main square in Tblisi to the park where we caught the cable car up to the lake and then walked down to the museum and then another short walk further down the hill to then catch the bus back to the square. I do not know about night time. There is an excellent tourist information service booth near the main square in Tblisi.