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About Mushtaidi Park

Best time to visit: All Season

Mushtaidi Park is located at the intersection of Baratashvili and Tsabadze streets in Tbilisi. It is one of the most popular places in Tbilisi. The garden is well-appointed and perfect for relaxation and unwinding. There are many entertainment and attractions for children and you will be able to spend time with your family. One of the special attractions of Mushtaidi Park is the children's train, which will take you to a beautiful garden with a circular route. There is also the Silk Museum, which houses a diverse collection of silkworms, which includes both locally produced and imported from 61 countries. There is also a movement theater on the territory of the park, where you will be able to see interesting performances. It is a theater of genres and combines modern dance, mimodrama, acrobatics, pantomime, physical theater, ballet, martial arts and circus elements, folklore and original music. Here you will find restaurants where you will find a pleasant environment. Another attraction of the garden is the relict tree, which gives it a special charm. Lots of people visit the park every day, here you will hear the sounds of happiness .


Mushtaidi Garden is one of the oldest gardens in Tbilisi. It was founded in the early 19th century. The garden was planted by Mir Feteaga Seyid Tavriz, a fugitive from Iran, who was the religious leader of the Iranian Shiites in Azerbaijan, Mujtahid. He was chosen to settle in Tbilisi because of his Georgian wife. His wife is buried in the same garden. From 1853 the garden became the property of the Treasury, and public walks, exhibitions, and performances were systematically organized here. In 1887, under the leadership of the naturalist Nikoloz Shavrov, the Caucasus Silkworm Station was established on the territory of the garden. Much of the complex has been destroyed over time, with the main building now housed in the Silk Museum. It has the status of a monument of culture of national importance. In 1935, the world's first children's railway was launched. There was a theater, an open stage, a cafe-restaurant in the garden, and in addition to the children's railway, there were various attractions. Mushtaidi Garden is still relevant today. A well-appointed and varied garden is a great place for people of all ages to relax and have fun.
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