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We strongly recommended to hire a guide on this exposition. Our was fluent english speaker And clearly knew a lot of interesting facts about Georgia history. We really enjoyed this and it was (next to Uplitschike) highlight of our Day trip to Gori.
This museum is so much more interesting and professional than the better known Stalin museum (and it's even much cheaper!). They have English speaking guides who will happily explain everything about Georgian history and culture. A must-do in Gori!
Around the corner from Stalin Museum it is tucked away in a side street. I was the only one there in the morning and fortunately there was an English guide for only 5 Gel. The entry fee is only 3 Gel and the guide was...More
This museum is about 100 meters from the Stalin Museum. The museum is small, but has very interesting archeological collection from excavations in shida Kartli Region from 4th century BC . Also there are different household items of locals of XVI-XX centures.
English-speaking and russian-speaking...More
The Sergi Makalatia is just across the street of the Stalin museum. It can be visited quickly but has a perfect display of amazing artefacts. The guide was great for us as well as our child. Diademes from the Bronze age Winejugs shaped like a...More
When you come to Gori I definitely recommend you to visit this museum. I was really fascinated by the exhibition that ranges from findings from BC to the 20th century, all from the region around Gori. You can get a very sightful guided tour in...More
There is something about Eurasian local history museum museums, they always have a few bits of mastondon. Must have been a very wide ranging beast. But anyway, the museum... yes, a very well lit, nicely set up display of items explaining life in the region...More
My Gori highlight was not the Stalin Museum but rather this nicely-sized museum with an expert guide who speaks English very well. The staff in general is more welcoming than any other group I've met in Georgia. The young woman who was my guide (for...More
This small museum knocks the socks off the glorification of Stalin down the street. The English-speaking guide was not only fluent in English, but clearly knew her stuff and was passionate about the artifacts. This glimpse of Georgian history from the 4th century BC through...More