It is in front of the Mac Donald’s, from here you can see all the main sights of Kutaisi, like:
Central Boulevard of Kutaisi
which was built in 1848. There are big old trees and a fountain;
in short it is nice place to relax.
Lado Meskhishvili Drama Theater
which was opened in 1955, though theatrical life in Kutaisi
began on 3rd March, 1861 by the G.
Eristavi comedi – ‘Break up’’. For more information visit official webpage:
Meliton Balanchivadze Opera and Ballet State Theater
which was founded in 1969. Meliton Balanchivadze
was the Opera music founder, composer and
public artist. For more details see:
Niko Berzenishvili Kutaisi State History Museum
The museum was established in 1921,
it houses more than 150 thousand
items of cultural heritage of the country
(from IX-VII c.c. B.C. up to late medieval times).
Among them are: Bronze Age and Antiquity period
monuments – archaeological discoveries from western Georgia,
rare samples Georgian, Roman, Byzantine and Oriental history,
everyday life and culture rare objects, collection of oldest
epigraphic monuments and Georgian manuscripts.
(Working hours: Everyday, 09.00 – 18.00) For more details visit:
Zakaria Paliashvili House-Museum
It was established in 1963.
Zakaria Paliashvili was the founder of Georgian
National Composition School. He was the Head of
Conservatory and a national hero. There are kept
memorial objects related to the life and work of Zakaria Paliashvili.
European mechanical and national instruments of XIX century,
documentary and photo materials,
manuscripts and more (Working hours: Everyday, 09.00 – 18.00)
Kutaisi Sport Museum
It was established in 1970. The museum houses collections of medals,
cups, prizes, photographs of Georgian Olympic,
World and Europe champions. Also, there are numerous
and various collections: audio-video records, photo negatives,
films about sportsmen, personal archives of well-known sportsmen,
etc (Working hours: Everyday, 09.00 – 18.00)
Kutaisi National Museum of Military Glory
It was established in 1975. The museum houses objects connected
with Georgian military history (weapons and armaments),
materials and documents of II World War’s (soldier’s photos,
awards, correspondence etc.), aggressions in Abkhazeti (1991-1993)
and South Osetia (Samachablo) in August 2008.
(Working hours: Everyday, 10.00 – 18.00)