Ethnographic museum

The guide explains how the travel cradle was attached to the horse

The Ethnographic museum Borjgalo (Bordzhghalo) is a museum of Georgian folklore and craft, initiated by Kemal Turmanidze. It shows interiors and objects telling about local rural farm life and processes of beekeeping, winemaking and growing of crops and fruit. The exhibits include instruments that we used in weaving and making pottery and working on metal, stone and tree. Miniature houses and models of different buildings are also shown at the museum.


The address is Mikheil Sharashidze Str 14 in southern Batumi, not far from the airport. (website/fb)