The Memorial Museum complex was renovated in 2008, after which the exhibition hall became especially popular among tourists and guests of Georgia. The museum periodically hosts exhibitions of Georgian and foreign artists. The permanent exhibition is dedicated to the work and life of the famous writer, military, public figure and international diplomat Alexander Chavchavadze.
The family palace in the village of Tsinandali, where the museum is located today, was built in 1886 by the Russian architect Alexander Ozerov. On the territory of the estate there is also a wine cellar according to European models and a decorative park, equipped by landscape designer Arnold Regel. The exhibition fund has more than 20 thousand exhibits, among which there are ethnographic materials, documentary data, photographs, portraits, personal belongings and memorabilia of Alexander Chavchavadze. There is a souvenir shop on the ground floor of the museum.
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday — 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.