Nobel Brothers Batumi Technological Museum, Batumi

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  • Closed. I was there today before 5 p.m. The door were open, there was a security guard inside who spoke neither English nor Russian. On google translator he showed me that the museum was closed. When....  more »
  • Went there today, as according to a sign outside it is supposed to be open every day from 10AM to 6PM. However, the front door was locked. After contacting the people inside by phone their message...  more »
  • What a shame. A very interesting theme, such a poor presentation. The museum is located outside the city nearby the railway station. Use a taxi. 6 GEL for one tour is enough. The entrance fee is 3...  more »
  • closed every day, a rundown conundrum
  • Very small museum with different exhibits. It’s dedicated to the history of Batumi’s oil industry. It’s cheap to visit the museum, and it takes about an hour to look through the composition.
  • THE NOBEL BROTHERS BATUMI TECHNOLOGICAL MUSEUM The Nobel Brothers Batumi Technological Museumwas established in 2007 as the Legal Public Entity under the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of Adjara, Georgia. Museum represents the technical and technological achievements introduced to Batumi at the end of the 19th c and beginning of 20th c: activity of the Nobel Brothers, the Rotschilds, and Mantashev. There are 2 000 items stored there. With Nobel Brothers help and activity the new technology of oil transit was implemented and Batumi was involved into the International Trade Affairs. There are exhibits on the development of tea culture, printing-house, and photography. In the museum there are the photos of Prokudin-Gorski - the first master of the color photography. Working hours: Every day except Monday, 10.00 – 18.00 Ticket price: Adults -2GEL, Students – 1 GEL, Schoolchildren – 0.50 GEL Free of charge: Children under 6 years of age and homeless children, soldiers, employers of Georgian and Foreign Museums, ICOM members, I and II category disabled persons.
  • Not bad I like it
  • Interesting.... Good to visit on a rainy day.

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