This wont take long to view. Closes for lunch 12 to 1pm so you can look at the stall holder nearby selling socks, fruit and over priced honey. Costs 1 lev and is a charming little museum with friendly staff. There are two rooms to see one has old artifacts found in the area and the other apperas to have costumes from a Bulgarian costume drama: I wish I spoke Bulgarian. Both are fun to visit. The gift shop opened to sell me a ticket and then closed, appeared to have some interesting tut on sale. There is a ramp in one of the rooms for disabled access, not sure UK health and safety would approve but some of my wheel chair using friends would love it. (see picture)
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