Nessebar Archaeological Museum, NessebarCurrently Open
- Address: 8231 Nessebar, Bulgaria
- Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +359-55446012
- Ticket Price: 6 BGN
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Educational Site, Exhibition , Specialty Museum
About Nessebar Archaeological Museum, Nessebar
Get to know about the rich history of Nessebar- its civilizations, kingdoms, rulers and more by taking a stroll through Nessebar Archaeological Museum. The displays are translated into English and make for a knowledgeable experience.
- Ancient pottery articles
- Gold jewellery
- Virtual chariot ride
The museum consists of artifacts from its Greek, Ottoman and Tharian civilizations.
Nessebar Archaeological Museum Information
- Don’t forget to try their virtual chariot ride!
- Park your car outside the old city.
Nessebar Archaeological Museum Opening and Closing Hours
- Adult – 6 BGN
- Child- 3 BGN
How To reach Nessebar Archaeological Museum by Public Transport
- Rent a car to reach the old city. You can walk further to reach the museum.
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Nessebar Archaeological Museum, Nessebar Reviews
Very nice museum with excellent relogious frescos. Shows a range of different eras throughout Nessebar and Bulgarian history. Not alot of English explanation on the cards so would suggest getting the audio guide.
This is a very nice little museum. It is a must stop if you would like to understand the history of the city. I'd suggest buying the ticket that gives you access to at least two other museums.
Nice place but museum itself is not a big attraction. Beautiful views and ancient style narrow streets, though over crowded despite I visited in the 2nd week of September. Overall, I really liked the place.
It is a great place, that covers all the regional history. Escape from the heat or rain, to learn a bit more.
Small, but good if you're interested in the history of the local churches