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MUSEUMS IN BOURGAS

Regional Museum of History
URL: Regional Museum of History
31, Lermontov St., 8000 Burgas, Bulgaria
Tel: (+359 56) 84 18 15
Fax: (+359 56) 84 25 88
e-mail: history@burgasmuseums.bg
WORKING HOURS
Closed on Sunday
9:00 – 18:00 from Monday to Friday
10:00 – 18:00 from Saturnday

Museum of Archaelogy
URL: Museum of Archaelogy
21, Aleko Bogoridi St., 8000 Burgas, Bulgaria
Tel: (+359 56) 84 35 41
e-mail: archeo@burgasmuseums.bg
WORKING HOURS
Closed on Sunday
9:00 – 18:00 from Monday to Friday
10:00 – 18:00 from Saturnday


MUSEUMS IN SOFIA

The National Historical Museum
The National Historical Museum in Sofia is Bulgaria's largest museum. It was founded on 5 May 1973 and its first representative exposition was opened in 1984 to commemorate 1300 years of Bulgarian history. The museum was moved to a former governmental residence in 2000 and currently stores and owns over 650,000 objects connected to archaeology, fine arts, history and ethnography, although only 10% of them are permanently exhibited.
The National Historical Museum disposes of a cloakroom, a buffet, a museum library and a souvenir shop, also offering professional conservation and restoration of historical monuments, authenticity investigations and expert valuation.
The National Museum of History in Sofia is one of the largest history museums on the Balkans with 650.000 items and the largest archaeological and historical archive. The Museum’s collections are its greatest treasure. They comprise materials from Prehistoric ages till our days.

URL: The National Historical Museum
16, Vitoshko Lale, 1618 Sofia, Bulgaria
Tel: (+359 2) 955 42 80; 955 42 90 ; 955 76 04
Fax: (+359 2) 955 76 02
E-Mail: info@historymuseum.org
WORKING HOURS
No day off
November-March 9.00-17.30.
The Box Office closes at 16.45
April-October 9.30-18.00.
The Box Office closes at 17.30

The National Natural Science Museum
The National Natural Science Museum was established in 1889. It is the oldest museum in Bulgaria and is placed among the natural science museums with the richest exposition on the Balkan Peninsula.
Initially, the personal collection of butterflies, birds and mammals of Prince Ferdinand (a Bulgarian monarch who was later proclaimed a tsar; ruling in the period 1887 – 1918). Later, in 1907, the first museum exposition was established. It was made by its first curator – the German ornithologist Paul Leverkun (who lived and worked in Bulgaria in the period 1892 - 1905).
The museum has been situated in its present building since 1936. During the bombing in the Second World War the building was harmed but the exponents were saved, and since 1948 the museum had been receiving visitors again.
At present the expositions are placed in 16 halls on the four museum floors.
Information materials and souvenirs are sold in the museum.

URL:The National Natural Science Museum
1, Tsar Osvoboditel Blvd., 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria
Tel: (+ 359 2) 987 41 95; 988 51 15 ext. operator
WORKING HOURS
No days off
every day from 10:00—18:00

Archaeological Museum
The National Archaeological Museum is situated in the center of Sofia City, opposite the Presidency. The museum is housed in Buyuk Dzhamiya (The Large Mosque) – the oldest preserved building in Sofia from the age of the Ottoman Dominion, dating back to the end of the 15th century. The museum was opened for visitors on 18 May 1905. The building was expanded a number of times, in order to house all finds and monuments of culture. The museum was largely affected during the bombing of Sofia in 1944, but it was restored afterwards.
The museum expositions are placed on two floors. Finds from the Late Bronze Age to the Late Middle Ages are presented in the main hall of the Archaeological Museum which covers both floors. A large part of the exponents are related to the flourishing of Thrace in the 5th – 3rd century BC and the Odrysian Kingdom. Finds of the mound necropolises of the Thracians are also presented. On both sides of the entrance of the main hall visitors can see tombstones, statues of idols, ceramics and other articles, which were found along the shores of Black and Aegean Sea. Many finds, made in the necropolis of Apollonia of Pontia (presently Sozopol) and Odessos (Varna). Very well preserved Roman stone monuments – portrait statues, works of Greek sculptures are also kept here.
The most impressive article for visitors is the real size copy of the Madara Horseman, which is placed right against the main entrance. The Madara Horseman is a unique rock relief, made by an unknown sculptor in the early Middle Ages 23 meters in height on an upright rock. The original is situated 16 km east of the town of Shumen, and due to its uniqueness it was included in the list of UNESCO global cultural and natural inheritance.
One of the richest collections of Bulgarian Middle Age paintings are placed on the second floor where the Middle Age hall is located.
The most valuable exponents of the museum – the Valchitran Treasure, dating back to the 14th – 12th century BC, and the Lukovit treasure dating back to the 4th century BC are stored in the Treasury Hall on the second floor. The finds made in the Svetitsa Mould by Kazanlak are also stored here. They contain the famous burial mask, as well as the head of the bronze statue of the Golyama Kosmatka mound by the town of Shipka.
Informational materials and specialized literature are sold in the museum.

URL: Archaeological Museum
2 Saborna St., 1000 Sofia Bulgaria
Tel: (+359 2) 988 24 06
Fax: (+359 2) 988 24 05
Email: aim-bas@aclubcable.com
WORKING HOURS
No days off
every day from 10:00—18:00

National Art Gallery
The National Art Gallery houses over 50,000 pieces of Bulgarian art. It is located on Battenberg Square in the capital city of Sofia, occupying most of the historic and imposing edifice of the former royal palace of Bulgaria, having been established in 1934 and moved to the palace in 1946, after the abolition of the monarchy.
The National Art Gallery houses not only examples of contemporary and National Revival art, but also the country's largest collection of medieval paintings, including more than four thousand icons, a collection comparable in quality and number only to that of the Benaki Museum according to the director of the gallery, Boris Danailov.

URL: National Art Gallery
1, Battenberg Square, 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria
Tel: (+359 2) 980 33 25‎; 980 00 93
Fax: (+359 2) 980 33 25‎
e-mail: sofim@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
Tuesday-Saturday: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Monday: day off

Ethnographic Institute with a museum
The Ethnographic Institute with a museum at the Bulgarian Academy of Science is situated in the former royal residence in Sofia. The museum is part of the so called National Museum, established in 1892 and became an independent institution in 1906 under the name National Ethnographic Museum. In 1954 the ethnographic museum and the National Art Gallery moved into the building of the former residence.
The museum curators can tell visitors interesting facts regarding the traditions and beliefs of the Bulgarian people, which wree reflected in their way of life at the weekends and on the work days. One of the most interesting collections is the one devoted to embroideries. It is believed that the embroidery is one of the most distinctive features of the Bulgarian folklore. Even the famous explorer Felix Kaniz said that the worldwide famous artists should learn from the art of the Bulgarian embroidery. The richest collection of traditional Bulgarian clothing in the country is also preserved in the museum.

URL: Ethnographic Institute with a museum
6A, Moskovska St., Sofia, Bulgaria
Tel: (+359 2) 987 4191
Fax: (+359 2) 980 1162
E-Mail: ethno@ibn.bg; eim_bas@mail.bg
WORKING HOURS
day off: Monday
1 March – 31 October 10.00 – 18.00
1 November – 28 February 10.00 – 17.00

National Gallery for Foreign Art
The most valuable exhibits of the Gallery funds are displayed on four floors, housed in 19 rooms, with a total exhibition area of approximately 3,200 sqm. The Gallery holds over 10,000 museum items – graphic works, paintings, sculptures, fine arts.
The National Gallery for Foreign Art in Sofia is the only one of its kind in the Balkans. It holds a unique collection of Christian sculpture of the Indian province of Goa which can be found only in Portugal and Great Britain, the Poetic Reality collection which no other museum has to offer, etc.
The Gallery is unique with the character of its collection – the art of distant lands, of exotic tribes and nations, of old and new ages coexists with the modern European tendencies, with traditional and religious pictorial principles in the chronological span of a millennium.

URL: National Gallery for Foreign Art
1, St. Alexander Nevsky Square, 1000 Sofia, Bulgaria
Tel: (+359 2) 988 4922, 980 7262
Fax: (+359 2) 980 7262
e-mail: ngfa@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
Free entrance – last Monday of the month
Closed on Tuesday
Opened 11:00-18:30

The Earth and Man Museum
The National Museum “Earth and Man” is located in downtown Sofia. The museum opened in 1987. In its area of 5,500 square meters visitors may see a collection of minerals collected from 109 countries from around the world. The museum has a collected 1,523 kinds of minerals of the more than 4200 known throughout the world. Few European museums can boast of a collection as rich as this one.
The museum has more than 27,000 items gathered in seven permanent exhibits. On the first floor, visitors may enjoy the giant crystal exhibit, including crystals rarely encountered in nature that are as tall as they are. Included in the exhibit are quartz, Apatite, fluorite, and others. The neighboring exhibit, “Earth’s Minerals,” includes a wide variety of minerals, many of which are also very rare.
At the far end of the first floor is the Peter Tranteev (1924-1979) collection. Tranteev was the founder of Bulgaria’s speleology society. Among the most interesting of these items collected over 45 years of exploration are the cave pearls.
Visitors may view most of Bulgaria’s minerals on the museum’s second floor. Here are 291 minerals found in Bulgaria, organized in exhibits by regions.
Of particular interest is the gemstone exhibit. Here are displayed almost all types, both cut and uncut, including rare precious stones.

URL: The Earth and Man Museum
4, Tcherni Vrah Blvd., 1420 Sofia, Bulgaria
Tel: (+359 2) 865 66 39; 866 1455
Fax: (+359 2) 866 14 57;
E-Mail: earth.and.man@gmail.com
WORKING HOURS
days off: Monday and Sunday
Tuesday-Saturday: 10.00 a.m. – 18.00 p.m.*
Please note that museum stop ticketing fifteen minutes before closing.

The National Museum of Military History
The National Museum of Military History (NMMH) is a state museum.
In it’s nearly one hundred years of existence, the museum has collected almost a million items related to Bulgarian and European military history. It disposes of 5,000 m² of indoor and 40,000 m² of outdoor exhibition area, a library and a computer center. Displays over three floors tell the story of warfare in Bulgaria from the time of the Thracians onwards, with extensive labeling and information boards in English. Most space goes to the period from the 1876 April Uprising through to WWI, with cases filled with weaponry, rebel flags and a seemingly endless parade of uniforms and personal belongings of soldiers.
The museum thought of a nice way to make us feel the atmosphere of the presented time by playing different sounds corresponding to the period. Sounds of floating rivers, the national military anthem, the Hurray of the soldiers, the bombings during the II World War and more will take you to the glorious battles of Bulgarian history.
The second part of the exhibition is the park where dozens of military hardware are stored. For those interested in WW2, note the collection of German battle tanks, including PzIII and Stugs. The outdoor display has more than 230 examples of military artillery, aviation equipment, and marine equipment. Also on display are SCUD, FROG, and SS-23 missiles and missile launchers.
The museum also offers educational programs for younger visitors.

URL: The National Museum of Military History
92 Cherkovna Str., 1505 Sofia, Bulgaria
Phone: (+359 2) 946 1805;
Fax: (+359 2) 946 1806
E-mail: m.museum@bol.bg
WORKING HOURS
days off: Monday and Tuesday
Exhibition: Wednesday – Sunday from 10.00h. to 18.00h.

Rila Monastery
Rila Monastery is one of the symbols of Bulgaria and is also a popular tourist destination. The monastery lies in the recesses of Rila Mountain, between Rilska and Drushlyavitsa Rivers, at 1147 m above mean sea level. It is located about 120 km away from Sofia and 41 km away from Blagoevgrad.
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URL: Rila Monastery
Rila Monastery is located in natural park Rila, which is about 120km from Sofia.
Tel: (+359 89) 687 20 10; +35970542208
e-mail: rila_monastery@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
No days off
every day from 08:30 to 17:00


MUSEUMS IN KARDZHALI

Regional Museum of History
14, Republikanska St., PO box 41, 6600 Kardzhali, Bulgaria
Tel: (+359 361) 62 101; 62 104
Fax: (+359 361) 62 102
e-mail: muzkj@infotel.bg
WORKING HOURS
Closed on Monday
Opened 9:00 – 17:00


MUSEUMS IN KAZANLAK

Thracian Tomb of Kazanlak
URL: Thracian Tomb
WORKING HOURS
May – October 09:00 - 17:00
From November till May it opens only for group visits and by request.

The Rose Museum
URL: Museum of the Rose
Tel: (+359 431) 6 40 57
WORKING HOURS
Summer season:
09:00 – 17:00
No day-off
Winter season – by request

Iskra Town History Museum
URL: Iskra Town History Museum
8, P. R. Slaveykov Street, Kazanlak 6100
Tel: (+359 431) 637 62
Fax: (+359 431) 637 41
e-mail: iskra.kz@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
No days off
9:00 - 17:30 every day

Art Gallery Kazanlak
URL:Art Gallery Kazanlak
9, Sv. sv. Kiril i Metodiy Str., 6100 Kazanlak
Tel: (+359 431) 631 04, 673 62
Fax: (+359 431) 631 04
e-mail: artgallery.kz@gmail.com
WORKING HOURS
No days off
Summer: 9:00 - 18:00
Winter: 8:30 - 17:30


MUSEUMS IN KYUSTENDIL

Regional Museum of History
URL: Regional Museum of History
55, Balgaria Str. P.O box 253, 2500 Kyustendil
Tel.: (++359 78) 55 00 95
Fax.:(++359 78) 55 00 95
e-mail: rmuseum.kn@mail.bg
WORKING HOURS
Days off: Saturday and Sunday
Monday-Friday, 09:00 – 17:00

Vladimir Dimitrov "The Master" Art Gallery
URL: Vladimir Dimitrov "The Master" Art Gallery
20, Patriarh Evtimiy Str., 2500 Kyustendil
Tel.: (++359 78) 55 00 29
e-mail: info@artgallery-themaster.com
WORKING HOURS
Day off - Monday
09:00 -12:00 and 14:00 – 18:00


MUSEUMS IN LOVECH

Regional Museum of History
URL: Regional Museum of History
1, Todor Kirkov Str., 5500 Lovech
Tel./ Fax (+359 68) 601 395
e-mail: imlovech@yahoo.com
WORKING HOURS
No days off
Winter working time:
08:00–12:00; 13:00–17:00
Summer working time:
08:00–12:00; 14:00–18:00

Vasil Levski Museum
URL: Vasil Levski Museum
14, Marin Poplukanov Str.,5500 Lovech
Tel. (+359 68) 601 407
WORKING HOURS
No days off
Winter working time:
08:00–12:00; 13:00–17:00
Summer working time:
08: 00–12:00; 14:00–18:00


MUSEUMS IN NESSEBAR

Archaeological museum
URL: Archaeological museum
Nessebar 8230, Mesambria str 2A
Tel.: (++359 554) 460 19
Fax: (++359 554) 460 18
e-mail: clio_nes@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
No days off
Monday – Friday: 09:00 – 19:00
Saturday and Sunday: 09:00 - 13:00
13:30 – 18:00


MUSEUMS IN PLEVEN

Pleven Panorama
2, Plevenska epopeia Str., 5800 Pleven
Tel. (+359 64) 830 251
e-mail: panoramapleven@gmail.com
WORKING HOURS
No day off
Summer (1st May – 30th September) 9.00-12.00; 12.30-18.00
Winter (1st October – 30th April) 9.00–12.00; 12.30–17.00

Military History Museum
URL: Pleven Panorama
157, Vasil Levski str., 5800 Pleven
Tel/Fax: (+359 64) 837
e-mail: panoramapleven@gmail.com
WORKING HOURS
days off: Sunday and Monday
9:00 - 12:00; 12:30 - 17:00

Regional History Museum
URL: Regional History Museum
3, Stoyan Zaimov Str., 5800 Pleven
Tel./Fax (+359 64) 822 691
e-mail: plevenmuseum@dir.bg
WORKING HOURS
days off: Sunday and Monday
9:00 - 12:00; 12:30 - 17:00

St George Chapel Mausoleum
Tel. (+359 64) 830 033
Fax. (+359 64) 837
e-mail: panoramapleven@gmail.com
WORKING HOURS
days off: Sunday and Monday
Summer (1st May - 30th September)
9.00 - 12.00; 13.00-18.00
Winter (1st October - 30th April)
9.00 - 12.00; 12.30-17.00

Svetlin Rusev Donative Exhibition
75, Doyran Str., 5800 Pleven, Bulgaria
Tel. (+359 64) 83 83 42
e-mail: hg_svetlinrusev@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS:
days off: Sunday and Monday
10:00 – 18:00

Wine Museum
URL: Wine Museum
1, Totlebenov val Str., Kaylaka Park, 5800 Pleven
Tel. (+359) 887 73 15 37
e-mail:winemuseum@mail.bg
WORKING HOURS:
day off: Monday
12:00 – 18:00


MUSEUMS IN PLOVDIV

Archaeological Museum
URL: Archaeological Museum
1, Saedinenie Square, Plovdiv
Tel: (+359 32) 624 339
Email: ram.plovdiv@gmail.com
WORKING HOURS
day off: Monday
from 10:00 to17:30

Regional History Museum
URL: Regional History Museum
1, Saedinenie Square, Plovdiv
Director: (+35932) 269 955
Curators: (+35932) 629 409
E-mail: ssh@historymuseumplovdiv.com
WORKING HOURS
Day off: Sunday (winter season: Saturday and Sunday)
9.00 - 12.00 and 13.00 - 17.00

Regional Natural History Museum
URL: Regional Natural History Museum
34, Hrysto G. Danov Str., Plovdiv 4000, Bulgaria
information: +359 32 626683
Fax: +359 32 633096
Email: info@rnhm.org
WORKING HOURS
Day off: Monday
from 08:30 to 17:00

Regional Ethnographic Museum
URL: Regional Ethnographic Museum
2, Dr. Chomakov Str., 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Tel. (+359 32) 62 56 54
Fax: (+359 32) 62 63 28
E-mail: etnograph@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
Day off: Monday
09:00–12:00; 14:00–17:30 Friday - 14:00–17:30

Balabanova House
URL: Balabanova House
57, D-r K. Stoilov Str., 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Tel. (+359 32) 62 70 82
WORKING HOURS
No day off
08:30 - 16:30

D-r Chomakov House
Since 1984 it houses the biggest collection of 71 pictures of the famous Bulgarian artist Zlatyu Boyadzhiev
URL: D-r Chomakov House
18, Saborna Str., 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Tel. (+359 32) 635 308
WORKING HOURS
No day off
08:30 - 17:00

Hindliyanova House
URL: Hindliyanova House
4, Artin Gidikov Str., 4000 Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Tel. (+359 32) 62 70 82
WORKING HOURS
Day off: Saturnday and Monday
08:30 - 17:00


MUSEUMS IN SHUMEN

Regional Museum of History
URL: Regional Museum of History
17 Slavyansky Blvd., Shumen 9700, Bulgaria
Tel. (+359 54) 574 10; 554 87, 25
Fax (+359 54) 574 10
e-mail: museum_shumen@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
1 November - 30 April
Monday - Friday- 9:00-17:00
Saturday - 9:00-16:00
Sunday - with prior arrangement only
1 May - 31 October
Monday - Friday - 9:00-18:00
Saturday - 10:00-18:00
Sunday - 9:00-13:00

National Reserve of history and Archaeology "Madara"
URL: National Reserve of history and Archaeology Madara
It is located 17 km to the Northeast of Shumen and 2 km to the village of Madara.
Tel. (+359 513) 20 95
Fax (+359 513) 20 95
e-mail: museum_shumen@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
1 November - 30 April
Monday - Sunday - 9:00-17:00
1 May - 31 October
Monday - Sunday - 8:00-19:00

National Reserve of history and Archaeology "Shumen Fortress"
URL: National Reserve of history and Archaeology "Shumen Fortress"
It is situated 3 km to the west of the town of Shumen above the Kioshkovete Natural park.
Tel. (+359 54) 800 381
Fax (+359 54) 800 381
e-mail: museum_shumen@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
1 November - 30 April
Monday - Sunday - 9:00-17:00
1 May - 31 October
Monday - Sunday - 9:00-20:00


MUSEUMS IN STARA ZAGORA

Regional Historical Museum
URL: Regional Historical Museum
Stara Zagora 6000, 42 Ruski Blvd.
Tel.: (+359 42) 919 204
Fax.:(+359 42) 919 427
e-mail: rim@museum.starazagora.net
WORKING HOURS
Days off: Sunday and Monday
10:00 – 18:00

Neolithic Dwellings Museum
20, Armeyska Str., 6000 Stara Zagora
Tel: (+359 42) 622 109
WORKING HOURS
Open: 9.00 - 12.00; 14.00 - 17.00
Closed: Sunday and Monday


MUSEUMS IN TROYAN

Museum of Folk Crafts and Applied Arts
URL: Museum of Folk Crafts and Applied Arts
1, Vazrazhdane Sq.,Troyan 5600
Tel: (+359 670) 620 63
e-mail: mnhzpi_troyan@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
Winter working time:
days off: Saturday and Sunday
09:00–17:00
Summer working time:
No days off
09:00–17:00

Surroundings

Troyan Monastery
URL: Troyan Monastery
Troyan Monastery is located in village of Oreshak, which is about 10 km from Troyan.
Tel: (+359 6952) 28-66; 24-80;
Fax (+359 6952) 30-05
e-mail: troyanskim@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
No days off
every day from 08:30 to 17:00


MUSEUMS IN VARNA

Archaeological Museum
URL: Archaeological Museum
41, Maria Louisa Blvd , 9000 Varna
Tel. (+359 52) 68 10 11
Fax: (+359 52) 68 10 25
e-mail: archmuseum@bulstar.net
WORKING HOURS
Winter: 10.00 - 17.00;
Days off: Sunday and Monday
Summer: 10.00 - 17.00;
Day off: Monday

Roman Thermal Complex
San Stefano and Khan Krum Streets, 9000 Varna
Tel. (+359 52) 60 00 59
WORKING HOURS
Winter: 10.00 - 17.00; Holiday: Sundays and Mondays
Sumer: 10.00 -17.00; Holiday: Mondays

Naval Museum
URL: Naval Museum
2, Primorski Blvd., 9000 Varna
Tel. (+359 52) 632 018
Fax: (+359 52) 632 018:
e-mail: mus_maritime@abv.bg
WORKING HOURS
Summer: 10.00 - 18.00
Winter: 10.00 - 17.00
Days off
Summer: Sunday
Winter: Saturday and Sunday

Surroundings:

Aladzha Monastery
Zlatni pyasatsi Natural Park 9000 Varna
Tel. (+359 52) 355460, (+359 52) 681012
e-mail: kinov_aladja@yahoo.com
WORKING HOURS
Winter: 9.00 - 16.00;
Days off: Sunday and Monday
Summer: 9.00 - 18.00;
No day off


MUSEUMS IN VELIKO TARNOVO

Archaeological museum
URL: Archaeological museum
2, Ivanka Boteva Str., 5000 Veliko Tarnovo
Tel. (++359 62) 63 69 54
Fax: (++359 62) 63 69 54
e-mail: rimvt@abv.bg; rimvt@yahoo.com
WORKING HOURS
day off: Monday
9:00 - 18:00 (april-october)
9:00 - 17:30 (november-march)
The visitors access is interrupt 30 minutes before the end of working time.

Museum of the Bulgarian Revival and Constituent Assembly
URL: Museum of the Bulgarian Revival and Constituent Assembly
1, Saedinenie Sq, 5000 Veliko Tarnovo
Tel. (++359 62) 63 69 54
Fax: (++359 62) 63 69 54
e-mail: rimvt@abv.bg; rimvt@yahoo.com
WORKING HOURS
day off: Tuesday
9:00 - 18:00 (april-october)
9:00 - 17:30 (november-march)
The visitors access is interrupt 30 minutes before the end of working time.

Museum of Contemporary History
URL: Museum of Contemporary History
1, Saedinenie Sq, 5000 Veliko Tarnovo
Tel. (++359 62) 63 69 54
Fax: (++359 62) 63 69 54
e-mail: rimvt@abv.bg; rimvt@yahoo.com
WORKING HOURS
days off: Sunday and Monday
9:00 - 17:30 (april-october)
9:00 - 17:30 (november-march)
The visitors access is interrupt 30 minutes before the end of working time.

Museum of Prison
URL: Museum of Prison
1, Saedinenie Sq, 5000 Veliko Tarnovo
Tel. (++359 62) 63 69 54
Fax: (++359 62) 63 69 54
e-mail: rimvt@abv.bg; rimvt@yahoo.com
WORKING HOURS
day off: Sunday
9:00 - 18:00 (april-october)
9:00 - 17:30 (november-march)
The visitors access is interrupt 30 minutes before the end of working time.

Tsarevets Hill
URL: Tsarevets Hill
Tsar Asen Sq., 5000 Veliko Tarnovo
Tel. (+359 62) 63 49 46; 63 88 41
WORKING HOURS
No days off
8:00 - 19:00 (april-october)
8:00 - 17:00 (november-march)

Surrondings

Architectural reserve "Arbanasi"
The Konstantsalieva’s house
URL: Architectural reserve Arbanasi
Village Arbanasi, 5000 Veliko Tarnovo
Tel. (++359 62) 63 69 54
Fax: (++359 62) 63 69 54
e-mail: rimvt@abv.bg; rimvt@yahoo.com
WORKING HOURS
No day off
9:00 - 18:00 (april-october)
9:00 - 17:00 (november-march)
The visitors access is interrupt 30 minutes before the end of working time.

Archaeological reserve "Nicopolis ad Istrum"
URL: URL: Archaeological reserve Nicopolis ad Istrum
Tel. (++359 62) 63 69 54
Fax: (++359 62) 63 69 54
e-mail: rimvt@abv.bg; rimvt@yahoo.com
WORKING HOURS


MUSEUMS IN VIDIN

Historical museum Vidin and Baba Vida Fortress
URL: Historical museum Vidin and Baba Vida Fortress
13, Tsar Simeon Veliki Str., Vidin 3700
Tel.: (+359 94) 601 707; 601 713
e-mail: museumvd@mail.bg
WORKING HOURS
Day off - Sunday
Winter working time: 09.00 – 17:00
Summer working time: 08.30 – 17:00


MUSEUMS IN VRATSA

Regional History Museum
URL: Regional History Museum
Vratsa 3000, 2 Hristo Botev sq.
Tel.: (++359 92) 620 220
Fax.:(++359 92) 620 373
e-mail: vratsamuseum@mail.bg
WORKING HOURS
Day off – Monday
Free entrance – Thursday
09:00 – 12:00
14:00 – 17:30
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