Set inside a beautiful 19th century house, the fourth division of the Burgas Regional Museum focuses on the people – traditions, costumes and everyday life. The most popular exhibit – the permanent one – shows the various clothes worn by the various ethnographic groups in the Burgas territories, including those of the Greek and Turkish migrants. Like the other regional museums, it’s best to have a local who can understand the written info, which is unfortunately written in Cyrillic or Bulgarian.
Entrance Ticket Details For Ethnographic Museum
- Adults – BGN 3
- Students and seniors – BGN 1
- Children under 7 – no charge
- Guided tours in Bulgarian – BGN 5
- Guided tours in English, Russian, and German – BGN 10
Ethnographic Museum Hours
- Sunday and Monday: Upon request.
How to Reach Ethnographic Museum
- Buses 1, 2, 4, 12, 211 stop Onepa.
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69.79% of people who visit Burgas include Ethnographic Museum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
64.29% of people start their Ethnographic Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Ethnographic Museum
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ethnographic Museum
Ethnographic Museum Reviews & Ratings
A very nice little museum. It tells the story of the clothing worn by rural/native people in Bulgaria. They also have looms that show how some of the clothes were made. Most of the displays have text in Bulgarian and English. Plan on spending no more than 45 minutes.
Хубаво място. Интересно е.
ben bayılırım her gittiğim yerde etnografya müzesi bulup gezmeye. burası da güzel bir müze küçük ama keyifli(öcüleri çok beğendim)
Gelenksel Bulgar kültürünü daha yakından tanimak isteyenler icin ziyaret etmenizi öneririm.