About Sights – Borjomi Museum of Local History

The Borjomi Museum of Local History (Georgian: ბორჯომის მხარეთმცოდნეობის მუზეუმი) in the resort town of Borjomi (Georgian: ბორჯომი) in Samtskhe-Javakheti region is housed in the building initially designed as the chancellery of the Imperial House of the Romanovs. Pseudo-Gothic in style, it was built in 1890 by the German architect-designer V. Shveier.

Borjomi Museum of Local History

Borjomi Museum of Local History

The museum is one of the oldest in Georgia. It was opened in 1926 has a collection of 36,000 items, including archaeological finds from the Borjomi area, china and glass from the Romanov palace, displays of the first bottles and labels relating to the famous Borjomi mineral waters, and samples of the flora and fauna of the Borjomi gorge.

Exhibits in the Borjomi Museum of Local History

Exhibits in the Borjomi Museum of Local History

Exhibits in the Borjomi Museum of Local History

Exhibits in the Borjomi Museum of Local History

Mineral water exhibits in the Borjomi Museum of Local History

Mineral water exhibits in the Borjomi Museum of Local History

Address: Borjomi, 5, St. Nino Str.

Opening times: The museum is open every day from 10.00 till 17.00 except Mondays.

Borjomi water exhibits in the Borjomi Museum of Local History

Borjomi water exhibits in the Borjomi Museum of Local History

Photos courtesy of the National Agency for Cultural Heritage Preservation of Georgia.

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