Sighnaghi Museum was established in 2007. Signagi Museum exhibits Archeology, Ethnography and Medieval expositions. Intensive archeological activities started in Kakheti in the 60-ies of the 20th c. Majority of the unearthed items such as household and cultic articles ranging in time from the Stone Age to the 1st c. BC, are now displayed at the Signagi Museum. Sighnaghi Museum features diverse ethnographic material: musical instruments, weapons, vestments and items reflecting the lifestyle of this town.
The Museum of Sandro Mirianashvili (1915-1987), keeps folk musical instruments, including Georgian, as well as Eastern ones; also, personal goods of the composer: paintings, including XIX century Georgian, Greek and Russian icons, photo materials from life of Sandro Mirianashvili, manuscripts of the composer, music, books and etc.
Address: 8, Sarajishvili Street, Sighnaghi Town.
Great Georgian singer Vano Sarajishvili (1879-1924) worked in Tbilisi Zakaria Paliashvili Opera and Ballet Theater, also in La Scala Opera House, in Italy. Tbilisi Conservatoire is named after Vano Sarajishvili ...