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If you have the time, visit the inside of the museum... if you're short for time... make sure you at least find the building and look at the outside. It's a beautifully restored home of a well to do Bulgarian family. Once inside you will...More
The Ethnographic museum in the Old Town of Plovdiv is one of the most famous toursit attractions in the area. Recently the famous "blue house" as we call it, got a nice renovation and now the architectural details are more stunning than ever. The museum...More
This museum is an amazing concise story of a whole social and economic style of the old deep-in-the past city of Plovdiv, the whole is done in a pleasant graphical way: just be looking at some objects spread in few rooms in this two-floors prestigious...More
This museum is worth seeing as it gives one a sense of the home of a wealthy merchant. The exhibits are interesting but I find it a little off putting that they charge extra for picture taking. The garden is lovely.
If you have the time and are interested in the culture of this area, you will find this museum to be worth your time. Aside from the beauty and craftsmanship of the museum which was once a very large private home, I found the clothing...More
This building was built by a wealthy merchant/guild leader in the 1840's - while the Ottomans ruled what is now Bulgaria. The merchant clearly wanted to impress his contemporaries and the main hall certainly does impress. The many rooms are filled with period clothing, farm...More
Nothing interesting to see. The most of the exhibits can be seen in much bigger museums in other cities. Aside from the inside, the house museum has unique architecture and interior design. It’s quite expensive for non-students
If you are interested in history and/or ethnography, this place is a must. You can see the multiple time periods that passed through the culture of Bulgaria. The day I visited, there was some sort of music examination test, so the violins playing made the...More