Varna Archaeological Museum, Varna
Varna Archaeological Museum, Varna - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 41, Bul. Maria Louisa, 9000 varna, Bulgaria
Ticket Price: 10 BGN
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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About Varna Archaeological Museum, Varna
This is one of the largest museums in Bulgaria. The exhibition area covers an area of 2150 square metres. The museum displays objects from the prehistoric, ancient Greek and ancient Roman times. The chronologically arranged exhibits take you through the evolution of the region over the ages. At every important exhibit, there are detailed descriptions for you to read. The tour guides are friendly and enthusiastic. Their narration of the historical stories is both entertaining and educational. Highlights include:
- The Gold of Varna- Oldest Gold treasure in the World.
- The Courtyard Lapidarium
- The Library
- Children’s Study Museum
- The Gift Shop
- The Cafeteria
The Roman baths in the city centre and the medieval grotto of Aladzha Monastery (Global Sands National Park) are the two archaeological sites that fall under the management of this museum.
Varna Archaeological Museum Information
- Photography is not allowed.
Varna Archaeological Museum Ticket Prices
- Adults: LEV 10
- Children: LEV 2
How To reach Varna Archaeological Museum by Public Transport
- Hire a taxi.
- Ask the locals for directions.
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Quite small for the reputation Bulgarians claim. Second floor is dedicated to religious iconography. 😣 A few items scattered throughout worth seeing but nothing worth standing in line for. It would be better if they closed a few smaller museums in the region and consolidated items. Prices are minimal. You might spend 1-2 hours there. Keep your eye out for a schedule of summer jazz concerts in the courtyard.
Beautiful artefacts of civilizations long gone. These kind of history lessons are needed from time to time. But I still can't imagine how people lived 6000 years ago.
Wow.A nice place ..preserved history, ancient spirit feeling around. See the oldest jewelry on earth ...just leap back in time. !
Beautiful and extremely rich collections. The cases and auxiliary materials are new and well made, the staff helpful although a bit cold (at the end of the workday, that is excusable). The "Dordrecht" exhibition was a very pleasant surprise. The building, though, is old and badly in need of repairs and upgrade.
Really great museum. I really liked the 6th / 5th millenium BC stuff - much more intricate than expected! Not much on upstairs, however. Worth the 10 lev.