Borjomi Local Museum

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    Museum address: 5, Saint Nino str., 1200, Borjomi
    Phone: (+995 590) 880 122
    E-mail: borjomi@heritagesites.ge
    Web-site: www.heritagesites.ge
    Date of establishment: 1938
    Juridical status of the museum: since 2008 - unified the Legal Public Entity - National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia (Ministry of Culture and Monuments Protection of Georgia)
    Type (profile): history
    Quantity of stored items: 37.699

    Museum collection description: The museum occupies the building initially designed as the chancellery of the Imperial House of Romanovs. Pseudo-gothic in style, the construction was built in 1890 by the German architect-designer V. Shveyer. As a structural unit Borjomi Local History Museum has got four departments that are as follows: archaeological, historical-ethnographical, applied art and local landscape and nature departments. The visitor will see: Unique samples of bronze weaponry and adornment (II-I Millennia BC), large numismatic collection (V c BC –XX c AD), personal belongings of members of the House of Romanovs: basically European and oriental crockery, armory, painting and graphic works, coupled with several samples of natural wonder – a fossilized tree from Goderdzi Pass, etc.

    Working hours: Everyday, except Monday, 10.00-17.00

     


    Ticket price: Adult - 3 GEL, schoolchildren and students – 1 GEL
    Free of charge: Children under 6 years of age and homeless children. Groups: Employees of Georgian and Foreign Museums, ICOM, ICOMOS members (with valid identification), First and second category disabled persons, soldiers, refugees.

    Total space of the museum: 584 m²
    Display space: 296.4 m²
    Temporary exhibitions: 36 m²
    Storage space: 110.4 m²
    Museum market: 17.5 m²

    Annual quantity of visitors: 1103

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