Adjara State Museum (Georgian: აჭარის სახელმწიფო მუზეუმი) is a museum in the city of Batumi in Adjara, Georgia.
Jeremy Rovny | Jan 20, 2018
I was legitimately impressed by this museum. The quality of English grammar and spelling on some of the info boards / plaques could be improved, but the amount of items and variety here is fantastic. The first room opens up to reveal all kinds of geological samples and real, stuffed animals. Continuing forward you delve into ancient bits of history starting from millenia B.C. and progressing to modern times. Don't forgot to go to the second floor!
Alex P. | Apr 14, 2017
Must visit, if you are interested in history of Batumi/ Adjara region. Exhibition is very well maintained with loads of interesting artifacts.
Blazej Bednarek | Apr 3, 2017
Really intresting museum, great exibition of local wildlife, history and art (there is whale skeleton in the yard, impresive stuff)
Rand PSV | Aug 21, 2016
Nature part is a bit old fashion, close to soviet-like museums. Ethnographic & historic is much better. Guide tour is cheap, not very scientific but still interesting.
Valentina Gurinovich | Aug 16, 2016
It is very nice to visit the museum with the excursion. The guide tells interesting facts and stories.
Kyle Vanderstoep | Apr 14, 2018
More than meets the eye
M Reza Nasserian | Apr 4, 2018
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