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What to do in Tbilisi in bad weather

With these ideas, you won't be bored in Tbilisi even when it's raining or cold.

Feed animals in the contact zoo

If you love animals you can visit the Tbilisi Zoo located in the center of the city. But if it is rainy and cold outside, you may prefer another place: the small new Contact Zoo Zootopia which. It is located on the third floor of the Tbilisi Mall - near the highway to Mtskheta. 

The price for 2 people (a kid and a parent) is 8 GEL (2.50 USD). For an additional 1 GEL, you can buy a vegetable basket and feed the animals.

In the Zootopia Contact Zoo, you can see different animals like snakes, turtles, parrots, monkeys, goats, sheep, ducks, pigs and others.

Address: David Aghmashenebei Avenue, Tbilisi Mall (view on map)

Contact zoo tbilisi

Tbilisi Digital Space

The Zootopia contact zoo is not the only attraction in the Tbilisi Mall. If you're there, you might visit as well the first digital art museum of Tbilisi, the Tbilisi Digital Space which opened in 2019.

For the first time in Georgia, the museum can host a digital exhibition of Gustav Klimt's artwork, along with classical music. The exhibition includes more than 60 works from the so-called Golden Age.

Visitors will also be able to see a 10-minute movie about the style and techniques of Gustav Klimt's painting, an exhibition about Galaxies and Planets, and there is a room dedicated to Georgian literature and art. Ticket prices: adults 15 GEL, students 10 GEL, kids 5 GEL

Address: David Aghmashenebei Avenue, Tbilisi Mall (view on map)

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digital space tbilisi

Tbilisi Wine Museum

As you probably already know, Georgia is called the birthplace of wine. In Georgia, you can find a huge number of wineries and restaurants offering wine tastings and masterclasses. But, can you imagine, it took until last year before the first wine museum opened in Georgia.

In Tbilisi Wine Museum, located in the old town, you can learn how Georgians have been producing wine for centuries, which technique is used, which varieties exist and much more. Of course, you can also taste some wines, which makes rainy days even better. Prices: entry fee (5 GEL), tasting four different wines (20 GEL).

Address: 8 Sioni Street, Tbilisi (view on map

tbilisi wine museum
Author: MyCaucasus