Tbilisi’s former archeology museum was built in 1988. In this museum were kept the earliest specimens of tinned bronze objects in the world. Unfortunately, the museum stopped functioning a few years ago. But this is a place where my heart is and always will be, because my grandma used to take us there when me and my 7 cousins were kids. We would have a great time, we would play “Fort Boyard” and many other things that a child’s mind can imagine, and you know what it can do.
The place is very mysterious, it is closed now but you can sneak by and explore a beautiful mystic place, where you can take fantastic pictures and just sit there and enjoy yourself. Also, you can see all of Tbilisi from there — it has a breathtaking view, you can see “Digomi Park” from there as well and you can continue your tour to its direction.
On the left of the archeology museum there is a huge Statue of St. Nino (one of the first pilgrims in Georgia).