Tbilisi City Guide

Museum of Fine Arts

  Gudiashvili St. 1      (+995) 32 299 99 09     more than a year ago
Once a seminary where Joseph Stalin studied for the priesthood from 1894 to 1898 until he was expelled for revolutionary activities, now home to a collection of fine art. It contains works dating from the Middle Ages by a number of different artists, as well as historical pieces thousands of years old. Its Treasury section contains is many of Georgia’s most sacred and revered objects including icons, crosses and jewellery in precious metals and stones. The Treasury can only be visited with a guide.


Liberty Square


Open 10:00 - 18:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 3 Lari, children under 18 - 0.5 Lari, under 6 - free. Guided tours (up to 10 person) - 25 Lari. Guide service in Georgian, English, German, and Russian languages.


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