Georgian National Museum
3/10 Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Closed on Mondays
The National Museum, which is also located on Rustaveli Avenue, is an all-inclusive display of Georgia's long and rich history throughout the millennia. Visitors get the chance to learn about its extensive history that spans all the way back five thousand years ago, which begins even earlier with the presence of the world's earliest Homo Erectus fossils outside of Africa.
An impressive exhibit at this museum is the archaeological collection of local and imported coins and art from the Bronze Age. The display alone --besides the supplementary information -- is a fun experience for all. On the top floor, visitors can learn more about daily life under Soviet rule at the Soviet Occupation exhibit.
If you're looking for a comprehensive and interesting display of Georgia's natural history, art, and culture, there is no better place to visit than here.