Tbilisi botanical Garden. The Garden was established on the basis of the palace ("fortress") garden existing since 1625. All the year round one can see their unusual beautiful plants, falls at the height of 40 meters and a small bridge across the river with wonderful flowers.
Its extremely rich collection includes floral species from the Mediterranean, North America, China and Japan, the Himalayas, Turkey and Siberia, as well as rare species, such as dark red Maiko peonies and Iberian irises that are virtually no longer extant in the wild nature.
The National Museum-The museum preserves approximately 900 hundred thousand exhibits from the medieval period up to the XX c. and few materials of the per-Christian period. The Museum is distinguished for its Georgian goldsmith pieces dated back to the VIII-XIX Centuries