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The museum showed a wide variety of Stalin memorabilia however there wasn't that much on all of the atrocities he sanctioned named the upstairs hasn't been changed since soviet times. Guide was very knowledgeable and said there are plans to make the museum be less...More
We were shown around the museum by a guide called David. His English was good, he explained a couple of facts in each room, then we went outside to see the house then the carriage, which he took us inside. He told us we couldn’t...More
It wasn’t what I expected from a museum. Normally, you have a timeline, historical facts and at least few informations written to help you understand what you are visiting. In this museum, you mainly only have pictures and newspapers extracts (which are for the biggest...More
Regardless of you see Stalin as a brutal dictator or as a Hitler slayer he surely was a prominent figure in modern history and from a historic perspective the museum ought to be better with English translation and more displays about that era and the...More
This museum was clearly built and conceived at some point in the Communist era, after the death of Stalin, and hasn't changed since. It comes complete with a surveillance service (see picture), surly attendants, decor reminiscent of Communist design, and guides who rattle off basic...More
15 Lari for entree tickets, but really worth it. A nice museum and very interesting. Is all about Stalin, You will see some of his stuff displayed inside
Outside the museum building is Stalin’s train wagon, also interesting to see. His house can only see...More
Everything the budding J Stalin enthusiast could hope for.
Displays with a little English titles to help out. 7 Gel ticket gets you in plus access to the railway car.
Well laid out displays with a couple of very tidy Stalin image carpets from circa...More
I had mixed emotions visiting this museum, as many reviews spoke that this was a museum showing off the glory of Stalin (which it did), and was conducted by an English speaking guide who had not been trained in how to do just that (which...More
We stayed for three hours . It is not big . Two stores and a lot of pictures. I found interesting the gifts Stalin received. Most itens look from a common Souvenir Shop . Outside the Museum there is his infancy House... More
We stayed for three hours . It is not big . Two stores and a lot of pictures. I found interesting the gifts Stalin received. Most itens look from a common Souvenir Shop . Outside the Museum there is his infancy House ( rented , Very, very humble) and the train he used for travels ( very plain , nothing Romanov style ) You have to pay some extra to get in the train car but is worth. All the Museum is somewhat humble even with some marble or velvet . Nothing I have not seen in some high schools in my city . The City Hall is not far and you may see bullet Marks in its walls from the 90 war Russia- Georgia Watch “ Five days War “ a movie that depicts the events