Kote Marjanishvili House Museum

  • Address: 24, Kote Marjanishvili str. 4800, Kvareli
    Phone: (+9958 352) 2 10 23
    E-mail: sofo19.86@mai.ru
    Judicial Status of the Museum: LTD
    Date of establishment: 1959
    Type (profile): memorial
    Quantity of stored items: 5321

    Museum collection description: The house museum of well-known Georgian producer of theatre Kote Marjanishvili (1872-1933) was established in 1959. In the museum funds and on the display are kept memorial objects (various accessories, clothes, etc.) of producer: Beginning of the XX century antiquarian furniture, carpets, crockery (Russian and French china), paintings (L. Gudiashvili, Petre Otskheli, Elene Akhvlediani etc.),graphics, sculpture, photographs, documents, books on the subject of the producer's performances, audio-video copies of his film (“Amoki”) and performances. The museum houses also characteristic for the Kakheti region everyday life and ethnography objects and archaeological items accidentally discovered by local people.

    Working hours: Everyday, 10.00 – 17.00
    Ticket price: Adult and students - 3 GEL, schoolchildren - 2 GEL
    Free of charge: Children less than 6 years of age and homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, First and second category disabled persons, soldiers, refugees.

    Exhibitions: Temporary exhibitions
    Educational Programmes: Annual “christening” of the first-year students of Theatre and Cinema University,
    Publications: “Museum guide”, booklets of temporary exhibitions

    Total space of the museum: 864 m²
    Display space: 218 m²
    Storage space: 44 m²
    Restoration’s studio: 76.4 m²

    Annual quantity of visitors: 557

    Movable monument of Cultural Heritage: 85 exhibits
    Museum building’s status: Immovable monument of Cultural Heritage (The order # 3/113, 2008 of Minister of Ministry of Culture and Monuments Protection of Georgia)

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    Ministry of Culture and Monuments Protection of Georgia, ICOM National Committee in Georgia, Georgian Museums Association, Culturological Research Association