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Stalin Museum

32 Stalin Avenue, Gori, Georgia
995 270 7 52 15
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32 Stalin Avenue, Gori, Georgia
995 270 7 52 15
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Reviewed 6 days ago

In Georgia to watch a football international but had a few days spare and took a trip to Gori to visit this museum. As a history buff I found it a very worthwhile experience although English as a language not readily available, either Georgian or...More

Thank Boiywlad
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Even if Stalin is not your favorite character in world history definitely worth learning about his path in history. take around 2 hours and requires to be in the mood for that. I’ve learned a lot and would recommend.

Thank Ana Maria S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The people of Gori are proud of Stalin, so they built this museum where is chilldhood house used to be. The museum is impressive. In the yard there is a rail wagon which Stalin used.

Thank Michael R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Museum definitely needs some updating. Parts of it look like they were last renovated during the 70's. The guide was very average and lacked personality. Interesting was the very small part of museum that talked briefly about atrocities that Uncle Joe committed. This wouldve never...More

Thank TheTravelPirate
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

With Stalin being one of the main shapers of the C20th, this museum is a 'must' for those visiting Georgia. The museum traces the history of Stalin from his early days to his rise in power. The exhibitions are fulsome and include many original documents...More

Thank David S
Reviewed 3 November 2017

Stalin was born in Gori in 1879 and lived here until 1883. His family's original wooden hut is located next to the museum. Also on the museum grounds is Stalin's private railway car in which he traveled throughout the Soviet Union. The museum is quite...More

Thank bobca1947
Reviewed 28 October 2017

Dedicated to the most famous, or notorious, son of soil - Joseph Stalin. It is a well maintained museum and contains many articles belonging to the great soviet leader. You need to buy 10 GEL ticket to visit main hall and another 5 GEL to...More

Thank Dr_Babar_Khan
Reviewed 26 October 2017 via mobile

This is an old museum. Let us not forget what this man is responsible for. The guides were great and you get a background on Stalin's life. The story of his family and his wife and children. The guides are good and the building is...More

Thank mayojocee
Reviewed 25 October 2017 via mobile

I found this museum incredible. Having said that, it is exactly as I expected: a homage to the life of a notorious historic figure from birth to death and everything between. Our guide fit in perfectly, an automaton unable and unwilling to depart from her...More

Thank Robert M
Reviewed 24 October 2017 via mobile

For any one who love to learn more about Stalin, the Georgian-born Soviet revolutionary & political leader who governed the Soviet Union as a dictator from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953, this is the place to spend an hour or two. Enjoy the...More

Thank NerdyTraveler_KJ
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In my opinion, Gori would be worth only half a day. The Stalin Museum is in fact the only interesting site. Kutaisi would be a better place to stay two nights, because of the World Heritage church and a more interesting city... More