The Zurab Tsereteli Museum-Workshop was opened in 2009 and displays the work of the famous, and sometimes controversial, sculptor. The museum is instantly recognisable as there are even several statues standing outside the main entrance. The museum has three floors displaying Tsereteli's work but the most interesting sculptures are outside in the courtyard where Tsereteli has his workshop. Here you will see sculptures of Russian tsars, celebrities and politicians, many of which are also displayed at the Russian Academy of Arts and Zurab Tsereteli Gallery on Ulitsa Prechistenka. Workshops for children are also held here. Admission to the museum is free on public holidays.