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I agree with one of the other TA reviewers who suggests that this museum has great potential but is sorely under-funded.
The museum itself is quite tiny - in fact, I suspect the adjacent gift shop is a lot larger than the museum.
The museum itself was fine, if a little small but the worse thing was the very unfriendlz female ticket seller who didn't even answer me when I said hello. Nor did she thank me for my custom. Not good enough.
located in the same building as the temporary exhibition area of the national fine art gallery, the former Kings palace, you could be introduced to the true ethnohabbits of the Bulgarians for some 2-3 euro ticket
The exhibition is about the story of a local lady that did research on Bulgarian traditions, especially clothing. The information is basically in Bulgarian and unless you speak the language, you do not really understand. It took me less than 20 minutes to finish the...More
The image above is the most exciting thing about the museum. I was quite prepared for weaving. Oh yes, throw in a bit of cooking/baking equipment and some agricultural implements, fine! This is the stuff of ethnographic museums, but no. This museum focused on the...More