The museum, located only a 10-minute walk from the central park, is worth the visit. Initially designed as the chancellery of the Imperial House of Romanovs, the museum hosts now all the local spirit of the area.
The museum offers four halls: local artists, archeology, ethnography and Bojormi water (of course!).
The Museum is not as big as the National Museum located in Tbilisi, but you will find unique pieces and discover something of the local history.
Check out the labels in French, English, Russian and Georgian of the local mineral water, old bottles and a cpmparison between Borjomi Water and its competitor French Vichy water.
Even if information in English is rudimentary, it still makes an hour of your time well spent in Borjomi.
TICKET PRICE: Adult - 3 GEL, schoolchildren and students – 1 GEL. Guided tour - 15 GEL.
5, St Nino Str., Borjomi
Everyday, except Monday, 10 AM - 6 PM