Archaeological Museum

The Archaeological Museum is among the largest museums in the country. It houses the most remarkable and valuable monuments of world culture. It has become a cultural scientific center with many highly qualified specialists.

Ethnographic Museum

The museum exhibits demonstrations of the main livelihoods of Bulgarians from Varna – agriculture, animal husbandry, beekeeping, fishing, viticulture and crafts, such as cooperage, coppersmithing, furriers and tailoring.

Museum of the National Revival

Since June 2006, the Museum has moved to 21 L. Zamenhof Street in a specially renovated building in the Renaissance style, presenting a new permanent exhibition with artist-designer Tsvetana Vekova and the author of the exhibition plan, head assistant. Art. Dimitrova.

Museum of New History of Varna

The Museum of New History of Varna is located in one of the most picturesque corners of the city – the “Greek quarter”. The stone building, an architectural monument of culture, in which the museum exhibition is presented, is one of the oldest in Varna. It is assumed that it was built in the 30s – 40s of the 19th century and was the home of one of the wealthy merchants of that time – Rode. In 1851, the consulate of the Kingdom of Belgium was housed in the house on the current “8th November” street.

Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum in Varna studies and promotes the organismal world of the Black Sea and the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. Since 1962, the museum’s exposition has helped the education in Varna Municipality. On the idea of the first museum curator and head of the department Ivan Peshev a museum space with a limited area was organized on an evolutionary principle with the aim of making it easier for students to learn the laws and phenomena in nature. There were three sections: Geology and Paleontology, Flora and Vegetation and Animal World.

This online platform was developed under the project  № BGCULTURE-1.001-0005-C01 “Developing the Varna Regional Museum of History as a Multifunctional Public Space for Science, Art, Culture and Communication”, funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA Grants and Norway Grants 2014-2021, Programme PA14 Cultural Entrepreneurship, Heritage and Cooperation. Varna Regional Museum of History is fully responsible for the content of the of the online platform and under no circumstances can be assumed that this online platform reflects the official opinion of the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area and the Operator of the   Programme PA14 Cultural Entrepreneurship, Heritage and Cooperation.

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