Georgian National Museum
Founded in 2004, the Georgian National Museum is a network of institutions, bringing together a number of leading museums from all over the country. The Georgian National Museum was established in order to allow for coordinated research and educational activities as well as to modernise the management of all Georgian museums.
With a central location and 249 spacious rooms and suites to choose from, the Radisson Blu Iveria hotel in Tbilisi is an ideally located place to stay for guests hoping to explore the Georgian National Museum institutions located in the capital.
Find out more about the National Museum Georgia
Visitors to Tbilisi can choose from a number of interesting Georgian National Museum institutions, including the Art Museum of Georgia, the Museum of History of Tbilisi, the Institute of Palaeobiology, the Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia, the Open Air Museum of Ethnography and the Museum of Soviet Occupation.
The Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia, formally known as the State Museum of Georgia, is one of the main history museums in the country, showcasing the most important Georgian archaeological findings ever discovered. Nearby, art aficionados will feel at home in the Art Museum of Georgia, which houses around 140,000 pieces of Georgian, Oriental, Russian and European work.
Stay at the Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel Tbilisi when visiting the Georgian National Museum
Experience the comfort and convenience of the modern Radisson Blu Iveria Hotel when visiting Tbilisi. This contemporary accommodation offers spectacular views of the city and guests can relax at one of the hotel's fine restaurants or indulge in the impressive spa facilities after a long day exploring the Georgian National Museum.