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Ajaria (autonomous republic), Batumi

Batumi Archaeological Museum.

77 Chavchavadze St, Batumi, Georgia

The museum houses stone, bronze, iron, antique, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and medieval artifacts, which are mainly found in southwestern Georgia (Kobuleti, Makhvilauri, Pichvnari, Tsikhisdziri, Batumistsikhe, Gonio-Apsaros, Adjaristskali). Archaeological excavations at a distance have uncovered it. The oldest specimens of the exposition are the stone tools found in the mountains of Adjara, near the resort Beshumi, the date of which is 300-400 thousand years. It is represented by a variety of materials from Eneolithic-Early Bronze Age (V-III millennium BC), Especially the Early Late Bronze and Iron Ages (XV-VII centuries BC). Interesting numismatic and sculptural monuments of gold, silver, bronze and iron are preserved in the museum collections.

Discovery tour

Archaeology for Children
The program offers archaeological simulation fun program for children.

Free

Friday 17 June de 13:00 à 14:00

Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years)

Imereti, Vani

Otar Lordkipanidze Vani Archaeological Museum - Georgian National Museum

32 O. Lordkipanidze st., Vani, Georgia

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Vani Archaeological museum's collection encompasses the period between the 8th and 1st centuries BCE. One of the exhibitions includes the city of temples, most representative of Vani culture. Architecture, gold-works, bronze sculptures and their fragments are represented at the permanent exhibition. Using new technologies and installations the permanent exhibition of the renewed Vani Archeological Museum showcases numerous artifacts discovered in the Vani settlement and its environs.

Guided tour

Colchian ceramics from Vani Settlement - From Discovery to Display
Program consists of 2 sessions:

Session 1: Participants will learn about the history of Colchian Ceramics from VIII-I century B.C. century found in Vani;

Session 2: Participants will learn about the restoration/conservation processes of the artifacts – the Story of the object from Discovery to Museum Display.
The session will be accompanied by hands-on activity – restoration of Ceramics.

Free

Sunday 19 June de 15:00 à 16:10

Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years)

Wheelchair accessible

Guided tour

Weapons and military equipment from Vani Settlement
Participants will learn about the weapons and military equipment found in Vani Settlement from IV-I century B.C;

Free

Sunday 19 June de 12:00 à 13:00

General public, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

Wheelchair Accessible

Guided tour

Myths and Gods (based on Vani artifacts)
The program envisages: 1. Presentation in the educational hall: Information and photo-presentation about Greek mythology – “Pantheon of Gods” – about the central gods of Greek mythology.
2. In the Exhibition space: Presenting the Gods from the display panel and tour about the Greek mythology.

Free

Saturday 18 June de 15:00 à 16:00

Children, General public

Guided tour

VaniLand in VIII-I B.C.
Participants will learn about the history of ancient Vani, population of the “Vani-land”, their status and relations with the outer world, and the objects displayed in the museum.

Free

Saturday 18 June de 12:30 à 13:30

Children, General public

Wheelchair accessible

Discovery tour

What do the artifacts tell us about?”
The tour will consist of 2 sessions - Session 1: Participants will learn about the Vani settlement and the archaeological artifacts from VIII-I century B.C. found on the surrounding territory, how they were discovered and about their role in studying ancient European civilization;
Session2: Participants will learn about the restoration/conservation processes of the artifacts found at Vani settlement – the story of the object from the time it was discovered to the museum exhibition hall. The session will be accompanied by hands-on activity – Restoration of Ceramics.

Free

Friday 17 June de 14:00 à 15:30

Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years), Secondary school (15 years and up)

Wheelchair accessible

Kvemo Kartli, Bolnisi

Bolnisi Museum - Georgian National Museum

48a D. Aghmashenebeli Str. Bolnisi, Georgia.

http://museum.ge/index.php?lang_id=ENG&sec_id=245

Bolnisi Museum is a model of the 21st century regional museum and the new ecosystem in general – where different segments as science, culture, education, and tourism coexist in one space.

The permanent exhibition displays significant archaeological materials and artworks mainly from the collections of the Georgian National Museum and also from the local museum.

New Bolnisi Museum presents the history of the bio-cultural diversity of the region and its connection with the global context with the synthesis of classic museum methodology and modern technologies.

Guided tour

Cradle of Wine
1. Tour around the museum;
2. Presentation about the Archaeology;
3. Documentary Movie – “Cradle of Wine”
4. Restoration of Ceramics

Free

Saturday 18 June de 12:00 à 15:00 Friday 17 June de 12:00 à 15:00

General public, Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years)

Activity - Restoration of Ceramics

Wheelchair accessible

Kvemo Kartli, Dmanisi

Dmanisi Museum-Reserve – Georgian National Museum

Patara Dmanisi Village, Dmanisi district, Georgia

http://www.dmanisi.ge/

Get closer to science and visit the Dmanisi Museum-Reserve, 85 km to the southwest of Tbilisi-a unique place featuring stunning discoveries that are rewriting human history and transforming our view of human evolution. Recent finds in Dmanisi represent the oldest evidence of humans discovered outside of Africa, dating back 1.8 million years.

Comprising both the ruins of a medieval city and the prehistoric archaeological site, visitors can enjoy guided tours of the picturesque fortress and ruins that cover the ancient deposits, and watch archaeologists excavate new discoveries.

Guided tour

Archaeological Studies of Medieval Towns
The students will be able to visit and explore the archaeological site in Dmanisi. The scientist-archaeologist will lead them to the wonderful tour around the site and give them insight into the archaeology of medieval towns.

Free

Friday 17 June de 11:00 à 16:00

Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years)

Tbilisi (city), Mtatsminda

S. Janashia Museum of Georgia - Georgian National Museum

3 Shota Rustaveli Avenue, Tbilisi, Georgia

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The S. Janashia Georgian National Museum offers various guided tours and thematic programs to the school groups and school aged children.

Guided tour

Archaeological Treasury
The students will take part in a guided tour around the archaeological treasury of Georgia, with young scientists-archaeologists.

Free

Saturday 18 June de 12:00 à 13:00

Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years)

Workshop

Making stone tools and weapons in Stone Age
The students will learn about the humans in stone age and make stone tools and weapons with the help of archaeologist

Free

Friday 17 June de 16:00 à 17:00

Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (15 years and up)

Accessible for wheelchairs

School group visits

Story of an Object from Discovery to the Museum
The prehistoric archaeological exhibition hall covers Georgia from the New Stone Age (the Neolithic) (about 8,000 BC) to the Classical Period (end of the 4th century AD). The young scientist - archaeologist will tell the children about the gallery and about a story of an Object from Discovery to the museum display.

Free

Friday 17 June de 12:00 à 13:00

Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years)

Accessible for wheelchairs

Guided tour

Guided Tour - Stone Age in Georgia
Students will be able to take part in the guided tour with the curator, in the Stone Age Exhibition Hall.

Free

Friday 17 June de 14:00 à 15:00

Schoolchildren

Schoolchildren :

Secondary school (11-15 years)

Guided tour around the Stone Age Exhibition Hall

The Exhibition is wheelchair accessible

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