The Vani Archaeological Museum

Phone Number
+995 (0) 32 299 80 22
Vani, O.Lortkipanidze str. #32
Working Hours
Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00 – 18:00

The Archaeological Museum of Vani was opened in 1985. The initiator of its establishment was academician Otar Lortkipanidze, whose name it bears today. The museum is located on the left bank of the river Rioni, on a natural hill outside the small town of Vani in Western Georgia. In ancient times, one of the important cities of ancient Colchis was located here, which flourished In the III-I centuries BC. The museum reserve includes the ruins of the city Vani, the expedition base, and the museum. The museum preserves a large part of the archeological material found in the village of Vani. The museum exposition covers the period from VIII to I BC. Here is an exposition that reflects Vani’s status as a temple city. The permanent exhibition presents architecture, goldsmithing, bronze sculptures, and their fragments. The museum’s collections preserve the rich cultural heritage of Vani and its surroundings. The artifacts obtained in the city of Vani have great importance for the study of the ancient world.

The last visitor will be admitted at 17:30

Price for Georgian citizens:

Adult – 13 GEL

For children aged 6-18 – 2 GEL

For children 0-6 years old – free

Standard price:

Adult – 20 GEL

Student – 10 GEL

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