The Archaeological Museum of Varna was established in 1887.
The most significant exponents in the museum are from Varna Eneolithic necropolis founded during accidental construction works in the west industrial zone of Varna in 1972.
Varna necropolis soon turned into a sensational scientific find, the significance of which surpasses largely the limits of the ancient history of contemporary Bulgaria. As a result of the researches, 294 tombs have been found by now.
The golden objects alone, found in the examined tombs, are more than 3 000, and have a total weight of more than 6 kilograms, and their diversity is significant – more than 38 different types.
Very large is also the quantity of finds of other materials – the copper articles are more than 160; the flint articles - more than 230; almost 90 made of stone and marble. Multiple shells of Mediterranean mollusca have been found, and about 1100 decorations have been made of them - bracelets, beads and applications. The ceramics – more than 650 clay pots, is an often found tomb inventory. Among them, two pots occupy a specific place. The decoration on their surface is painted with golden paint.
Adults: 10 lv
Children: 2 lv
Students: 5 lv
Groups over 10 persons – 8 lv per person
Guided tours in Bulgarian and other languages available at extra cost
June - September: 10:00-17:00hrs, without a day off
October - May: 10:00-17:00hrs, days off: Sunday and Monday
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Information: +359 52 681 030
Telephone: +359 52 681 011