E. Akhvlediani House-Museum
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Visitor Information

Working Hours

Tuesday -Sunday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Last admission 30 minutes before closing.

CLOSED on Monday, and official holidays


Entrance Fees

Adults 3 Gel
Students 0.5 Gel
School pupils    0.5 Gel


Submission is free of charge for:

  • Children under 6 years
  • ICOM members
  • Friends of Museum (become a member)
  • Museum employees
  • People with special needs and for their accompanying persons
  • Georgian and foreign journalists


Note: visitors receiving special benefits or free admission privileges should present relevant documents


Guided Tours

School children groups 10 GEL
Georgian Language 25 GEL
Foreign Languages (reviewing tour, approximately 1 hour) 45 GEL
Foreign Languages (extensive tour, 1,5-2 hours) 60 GEL
Exclusive tour (booking in advance)  200 GEL 


Contact Information

12, Leo Kiacheli St., Tbilisi, Georgia 

Tel: + (995 32) 299 74 12

E-mail: info@museum.ge

 

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The Elene Akhvlediani memorial house-museum was established on April 18th, 1976. House-Museum represents a typical Georgian interior, where visitors can find Georgian well-known painter’s pictorial and graphic artworks, theatrical sketches, costumes, book illustrations, photo materials and personal archives. Elene Akhvlediani periodically scheduled thematic and personal exhibition evenings at her house and created a place for prominent artist’s gatherings and creative collaborations. Akhvlediani bequeathed her house to the museum, where its unique atmosphere, rich traditions and artworks are still preserved for the public.   This house-museum represents a typical Georgian interior, where visitors can find the artist’s pictorial and graphic artworks, theatrical sketches, costumes, book illustrations, photo materials, personal archives, useful artwork exhibits, and artworks by various artists. The house-museum reserves contain over three thousand artifacts. Elene Akhvlediani periodically scheduled thematic and personal exhibition evenings at her house, and creating a place for prominent artist’s gatherings and creative collaborations. Elene Akhvlediani bequeathed her house to the museum, where its unique atmosphere, rich and beautiful traditions, and Akhvlediani’s artworks are still preserved for the public.  

 

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