Batumi accommodates multiple museums, architectural and cultural heritage monuments, and generally appealing spaces. Amongst around 10 different museums Khariton Akhvlediani Adjara State Museum, formerly known as Study of Local Lore Museum of Batumi, is the most compelling one. Up to 170 exponents are preserved here and we won’t proceed to list them, but we assure you that it can satisfy the curiosity of its every single visitor. A unique weapon collection, extraordinary artifacts of Georgian goldwork, masterpieces of Greek pottery, projectiles used in the town bombardments and rare taxidermy of endemic fauna are displayed there. In conclusion, you must see it for yourself.
If you are interested in antiquity, the bronze or the early bronze age, Batumi Archeological Museum is just two blocks away, where around 29000 historical artifacts are preserved, the majority of which are discovered by the Georgian archeologists. In case you are into the visual arts, Adjara Art Museum is exactly 100 meters away from Khariton Akhvlediani Adjara State Museum.