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Varna archeological museum is (maybe) the most interesting place to visit. The building it self is a history - the first and the oldest high school for girls in Bulgaria. the expositions are breat taking - from the oldest gold in history to the modern...More
By far Varna's largest museum, this is a fascinating look into the town's history dating back thousands of years. I'm not a history or archaeology buff, but this was an interesting and relaxing 1.5 hours, with exhibits on ancient tombs, jewellery, and pottery. My personal...More
In this museum you can see the oldest processed gold in the world dated 6500 years ago. The local craftsman made beautiful jewellery with technology difficult to believe that existed at that time. Also in the museum you can find the biggest collection of orthodox...More
This museum is totally impressive. I have rarely seen such a well displayed collection (with English descriptions) of Roman, Thracian, and other ancient treasures, all of which appear to be from the Varna area! Totally enchanting.
Wonderful collection of Thracian, Ancient Greek and Roman artifacts in this underappreciated medium-sized museum on the sea shore where cultures and civilizations shared the same land for millenia. Visit to follow the traces of the cultures gone and wander alone in this friendly, well-organised space....More
People are giving average rating of the museum because it was not fun for their children!!! No, it is NOT a zoo or a touchy-feely science museum. It is a serious Archaeology museum with very well displayed and explained important objects from the old Odessa,...More
Lot of things to see.
Good presentation and exposition of the potteries, jewellers, paintings...
Cost of entrance is very low (7€ for 2 adults and 2 children) and you can spend easily 2 hours or more watching all these beautiful things.
Pictures are forbidden even...More