If historical artefacts are things of your interest that Batumi Archaeological Museum is for you. There you can examine ancient cultural monuments that were unearthed on the territory of Adjara. In 2007, a permanent popular science exhibition was opened. It introduces visitors to the ancient history epochs. Since 1998, the joint expedition of Batumi Archaeological Museum and Oxford University Ashmolean Museum enriched the museum with new artefacts.
A visit to this museum is hardly limited by passive examination of exhibits. The youth who are interested in archaeology can gain interesting experience here. Several educational projects are being run in the museum or them including: ‘Fun archaeology’, ‘jewellery art’, ‘travel in the past’, ‘wine-making and viticulture in Adjara’, ‘the history of beads’, ‘pottery in Colchic culture’, etc. Simulation of archaeological research is present in the museum space where any interested person can go through all stages of archaeological work. Restoration and photo laboratories also operate here as well as science library, ceramics studio-workshop and a shop-salon.
Working hours: 10:00 - 18:00 everyday
General Admission: 3 Gel;
pupils and students: 0,50 Tetri
Children under 3 years old: Free admission
homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, People with disabilities, soldiers, refugees with free of charge.
General Admission with guide
1 – 10 PAX 5 Gel;