Tbilisi City Guide

The National Gallery

  Rustaveli Ave. 11      (+995) 32 215 73 05     more than a year ago
Houses periodical exhibitions of works from Georgia and foreign collections. Heralded for its works by the famous Georgian primitivism painter Niko Pirosmani. Despite being the largest Pirosmani collection in the world, it is rarely all in Tbilisi as many pieces are often on world tours. It is also home to a series of exhibitions of Georgian work from the fourth century to the present day.


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Liberty Square


Open 10:00 - 18:00. Closed Mon.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 5 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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