Those visiting Tbilisi with an interest in the arts should pay a visit to the Georgian Museum of Fine Art, whose thirty-one exhibition halls display a stunning collection of artworks from 1945 to the present day.
An architecturally impressive building in its own right, the Georgian Museum of Fine Art can be found at Shota Rustaveli Avenue 7. With its grey facade and blue windows, the museum is decorated with a sculpture of an eagle inspired by similar artworks found in the Vani Caves.
Across its thirty-one halls and three floors, the Georgian Museum Hall displays works of art dating from 1945 to the present day.
Far from being a dry and dusty museum, you’ll also find comforts and conveniences such as the popular Museum Cafe here, serving a variety of delicious Georgian and European dishes.
There is also the museum store, which sells a collection of high-quality souvenirs, paintings, handmade jigsaw puzzles, shirts, silk scarves, magnets, and other handicrafts made by local designers. Georgia being Georgia (in the Caucasus), you can also buy wine here too!