Information

Kote Tsereteli (1921-2004) - a famous Georgian Orientalist, founder of Hebrew and Aramic language study school in Georgia

SHORT INFORMATION:

DATE OF ESTABLISHMENT:

2003

TYPE:

Memorial

NUMBER OF EXHIBITS:

5000

MUSEUM SPACE:

108

BUILDING STATUS:

The government issued first decree on Establishment of the Museum (N 06.40.133) in 2003. In 2011, Soso Tsereteli’s mother Leila Tsereteli granted her real estate to the city (The law on “The Capital of Georgia – Tbilisi”, in accordance with Article 36 and Tbilisi government decree N 07.24.251, 2011/03/28). According to the agreement apartment was presented to Tbilisi non-government, non-commercial legal entity – Artist Soso Tsereteli and Academician Kote Tsereteli Memorial House-Museum to maintain its operation.

History

tsereteli2 - KOTE & SOSO TSERETELI MEMORIAL HOUSE-MUSEUM

In 1959, after petition of Academy of Sciences Konstantine Tsereteli received apartment in 2 Uznadze Str. Tbilisi since Tsereteli's family lived in this apartment.

Housed exhibits are the Tsereteli's family private belongings. The museum houses life and work-related materials of an artist Soso Tsereteli and Konstantine Tsereteli famous Georgian Orientalist, founder of Hebrew and Aramic language study school in Georgia: memorial items, books, manuscripts, photos, various documents, Soso Tsereteli's paintings, graphics, records; rear books, his works as well as Oriental rare editions of Kote Tsereteli.

Gallery

Visit

Visitors
Price (GEL)
Adult
5,00
Pupil/Student (by submitting a relevant document)
2,00
Guide service for the school group
5,00
Guide service in Georgian language
10,00
Guide Service in Russian and English languages
20,00
Workshops and teachings in Georgian
5,00
Workshops and teachings in English
10,00
Educational programs, events – lesson teachings
5,00
Audio Guide in Georgian
5,00
Audio Guide in Russian and English
10,00

Admission to the museum is free by submission of the relevant document:

  • For the children under the age of 6
  • For ICOM member, for the staff of Georgian and foreign state museums
  • For people with disabilities
  • For the socially vulnerable and internally displaced people.