National Youth and Children's Palace
description of organisation
National Youth and Children Palace has a bicentennial history and it is one of the distinguished building not just history-wise, but also from architectural viewpoint. It is located at 6, Rustaveli Avenue and its main facade overlooks the avenue and in south, it is surrounded by the vast garden. Officially the palace opened on May 2, 1941 and this is a birth date of the palace. Since June 2015, "National Youth and Children Palace” is affiliated to Tbilisi city hall, it is a multidisciplinary, educational and training establishment which through its flexible structure and great variety of directions helps the schoolchildren and youth to get extra-school education. NYCP targets children and youth age from 6 to 18. Currently there are 463 creative and educational groups in which more than 7000 children and youth are enrolled. Educational process is guaranteed by 265 high-qualified teachers, who have extended experience of working with students. In parallel with the in-classroom study, students are involved in various activities carried out by the Palace (conferences, training sessions, exhibitions, children's films shootings, concerts, and theatrical performances, etc.). Students are participating in many local, regional and international projects. During each academic year more than 600 events and activities are implemented by Palace.