The entire museum retains many records of local people’s customs and habits, and even the local people’s houses are shrunk down and placed in glass counters for display. Very unique and creative ideas are also very good.
The open-air ethnographic museum was established in the 1960s by the famous Georgian ethnologist Giorgi Chitaia. A large number of houses and living utensils from all over Georgia are collected in the museum, and the original items are displayed. Many old houses are now hard to find even in the original area.
There are artists everywhere in Georgia. When we were visiting the landlord in the country, the landlord took us to a local museum. The museum is the former site of a very famous poet in Georgia. The unremarkable house is filled with books and photographs of the poet. The outside yard is overgrown with weeds and children are playing under the green shade. Few tourists come to visit the museum, only an elderly woman is left to clean and guard this rare art.