The park displays various sculptures and objects of modern art, such as a giant piano, a huge chess board with one-meter-tall figures, a stage with an amphitheater, and more. However, Bridge of Peace is the main park attraction.
The Bridge of Peace, designed by the Italian architect Michele de Lucci, connects Rike Park to Erekle II Street and is particularly beautiful at night when lit by 50,000 LEDs. During the warmer months, the Musical Fountain exhibits light shows next to the ten-meter metal oak tree by Davit Monavardisashvili. There are 25 doors on the tree trunk that represent different eras.
Every year in October, Rike Park hosts the Tbilisoba Festival, celebrating the capital’s diversity, culture, and history. The festival offers several entertainment activities, culinary exhibitions, and agricultural fairs, promising a memorable experience for everyone involved. The park is kid-friendly and adapted to the needs of disabled people.
The 500-meter-long cable car, constructed by Doppelmayr, takes you to Narikala Fortress and Kartlis Deda (Mother of Georgia) sculpture in a few minutes.