The Kemal Turmanidze Ethnographic Museum presents living patterns characteristic of the Adjara region, folk crafts, agriculture, and daily life. Mannequins dressed according to the working environment , reflect labor processes. Here you can see 9 m. High natural waterfall with forest cover. Each model, figure or wood carving sample presented in the museum was created by the founder of "Borjghalo" - Kemal Turmanidze. 

Entry fee:

adult 15 GEL;

Children 5 GEL.

Guide service is free.

The museum is open every day, including weekends.

Contact info:
14, M. Sharashidze st., Batumi
(+995) 599 27 34 70

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