The Dadiani Palaces History and Architecture Museum houses some exhibits of cultural heritage of Georgia – Tagiloni treasure materials, Virgin Mary holy vesture, manuscripts from 13th – 14th centuries, memorial relics of Dadiani dinasty, that ruled the province of Samegrelo for many centuries , and objects connected to emperor
Napoleon Bonaparte – brought to the palace by the husband of David Dadiani's daughter, prince Ashille Muratt, grandson of Napoleon's sister, Carolina.
260 km from Tbilisi
Sataplia State Nature Reserve was created in 1935 to protect geological, paleontological, speleological and botanical monuments. Stalactites and stalagmites inside the cave formed fascinating patterns. Artificial lighting provided dramatic effects to these various natural forms and changed to various shades and colours. Sataplia is also famous for the dinosaur footprints nearby.
KARTLI / GORI
65 Km from Tbilisi
The town of Gori is Stalin's birthplace. The museum exhibits re-create surreal and revealing scenes from the life of the dictator and include unique photos, gifts and furniture. The house where Stalin was born is preserved under a stone canopy nearby. A large statue of the "Leader of the People" stands in the central square.
135 km from Tbilisi
18 th - 19 th CC
Tsinandali is the Kakhetian residence of the 19th century Prince, poet and public figure, Alexandre Chavchavadze. The exhibits of Tsinandali museum recreate scenes from intellectual life of 18th - 19th cc. It also offers a beautiful garden and also the wine cellar, where are kept unique collection of wine (20.000 bottles).