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.
Archaeology for Children
The program offers archaeological simulation fun program for children.
Friday 17 June de 13:00 à 14:00
Secondary school (11-15 years)
Nino Bakanidze Nana Liluashvili