I. Nikoladze House-Museum
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Visitor Information

Working hours

Tuesday -Sunday 11 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


Contact Information

3, August Rodin St., Tbilisi, Georgia
Tel: + (995 32) 222 14 14
E-mail: arbivitae@yahoo.com

Please contact us in advance to arrange the visit: +(995 32) 299 80 22  

 

 

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In 1924, the artist Iakob Nikoladze, considered the founder of modern Georgian sculpture, commissioned a studio by the architect Anatoli Kargin.

Sculptural artworks displayed in the studio at the time of Iakob Nikoladze's death provided a base for the house-museum's collection.

Later, on behalf of I. Nikoladze, his remaining artworks were purchased by the government, and another half was donated by his family members. Today, the house-museum's reserves include 114 sculptures.