The Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia, formerly known as the State Museum of History of Georgia, is one of the main history museums in Tbilisi, Georgia, which displays the country’s principal archaeological findings.
The Museum evolved from the Museum of the Caucasian Department of the Russian Imperial Geographic Society, founded on May 10, 1852 and converted into the Caucasian Museum on the initiative of the German explorer Gustav Radde in 1865. After Georgia regained independence from Russia, the museum was renamed into the Museum of Georgia in 1919. Noe Kipiani was the first director of the museum.
More information http://www.georgianmuseums.ge/?lang=eng&id=1_1&sec_id=1&th_id=19
Phone +995 (32) 99 80 22
Address 3, Rustaveli Ave., 0105 Tbilisi, Georgia
Coordinates 41°42'10.242" N 44°47'33.457" E