The Art Museum of Adjara is one of the important centers of modern Georgian culture. The exhibits preserved in its foundations form a solid collection that gives a clear idea of ​​the main stages of Georgian fine art of the 20th century.

The museum is located in one of the historical buildings of Batumi, which was designed by the famous architect Kakha Javakhishvili in 1949. This monumental building is distinguished by its functional structure and aesthetic expression. It is characterized by strict, refined architectonics, the simplicity of the decor. The facade is decorated with a relief frieze made by the famous sculptor Tamar Abakelia (1951-52).

The Art Museum was founded in 1995, and the museum collections began to be replenished. Nowadays, the museum presents a whole host of wonderful artists of different generations - Niko Firosmani, Gigo Gabashvili, Mose Toidze, Davit Kakabadze, Lado Gudiashvili, Elene Akhvlediani, Merab Berdzenishvili, Gia Bugadze, Rusudan Fetviashvili and other masters who made Georgian art famous.

The art museum was officially opened on December 19, 1998.

Address: Z. Gorgiladze st. №8.

Contact: (+995 422) 27 38 94.


Services & Prices


Working hours: Every day, 10:00-18:00.


Ticket prices:

Standard - 6 GEL

Excursion – 7 GEL



Space for permanent exhibitions

Space for temporary exhibitions

An independent exhibition space - a gallery that is rented out

Daily rental for organizing exhibitions

Shop salon

QR codes

Audio (Georgian / English / Russian) QR guide

Guides (Georgian / English / Russian)

Education programs

A virtual tour

How to get there

How to get there:

Bus №4, №9, №17,

Minibus №21, №26, №31, №32.

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