National Institute Of Archaeology With MuseumCurrently Closed
Housed in the oldest remaining Ottoman building in Sofia, the museum’s artefacts cover objects from Palaeolithic to Medieval Ages. The finds cover the rise of the Thracian and Odrysian kingdoms; there are necropolis artefacts such astombstones, statues of idols, ceramics from Pontia (now Sozopol) and Odessos (now Varna); Greek and Roman Sculptures; a copy of the Madara Horseman sculpture that is 23 metres high; Bulgarian medieval paintings; the Valchitran Treasures (12-14th centuries BC); and the Lukovit treasure (4th century BC).
- There is a large outdoor collection too, that you can view for free.
- Students 2 BGN
- Families 10 BGN
- Disabled Free
- Military Free
- Subway Red line— Serdika or Sofia University stop
- Bus lines 9, 94, 280, 306 — Sofia University stop
- Trolley bus line 9 — St. Alexander Nevski Square stop
- Trolley bus lines 1, 2, 4, 11 — Sofia University stop
- Tramway line 20 — National Opera stop
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