Niko Nikoladze House Museum

  • Museum address: 109, Niko Nikoladze str., 3919, village Didi Jikhaishi, Samtredia district
    Phone: (+995 599) 57 83 99, (+995 590) 222 805
    E-mail: liabibileishvili@mail.ru
    Date of establishment: 1951
    Judicial status of the museum: The Legal Public Entity since 2007 (under the governmental control of Ministry of Culture and Monuments Protection of Georgia)
    Type (profile): memorial
    Quantity of stored items: 5 386

    Museum collection description: The museum is dedicated to well-known public figure and scientist of the XIX-XX c.c. – Niko Nikoladze (1843-1928) and his family and houses their memorial objects. There are mostly German, British, Austrian, American, Russian household goods, as well as a rich library; There are also kept brought from the different countries modern technologies of that time: 1910 wind machine, washing machine (Berlin), first sample of Kodak camera, sun-dial etc; works of N. Nikoladze printed on various languages, as well as periodicals with his articles, etc.

    Working hours: Everyday, 10.00 – 16.00
    Ticket price: Adult - 2 GEL, students and schoolchildren - 1 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 (with valid identification), soldiers, refugees, descendants of Nikoladze’s.

    Exhibitions: “Light trace”, Life of Niko and Giorgi Nikoladze” (for schools)
    Educational programmes: Niko Nikoladze and contemporary world”
    Publications: Booklets: “Niko Nikoladze”, “Giorgi Nikoladze’, “Niko Nikoladze Museum guide”

    Total space of the museum: 860m²
    Display space: 360 m²
    Temporary exhibitions: 30 m²
    Storage space: 60 m²

    Annual quantity of visitors: 2500

    Museum building’s status: Immovable monument of Cultural Heritage (The order # 3/181, 2007 of Minister of Ministry of Culture and Monuments Protection of Georgia)

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