Baba Vanga Museum
Baba Vanga Museum
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Nik R
Varna, Bulgaria6,679 contributions
Apr 2018 • Family
The home of the world-known prophetess Baba (Grandma) Vanga is surely the main thing for which people come to the small beautiful town of Petrich. For 55 years, till her death in 1996, she used her fortune-telling gift to help and heal people not only from Bulgaria but from other countries too. The house where she spent most of her life before she moved to Rupite is very well preserved and obviously very well maintained despite the negligible entry fee of 2 leva (1 €). When you finish with the house and if you have any questions, the lady, selling the tickets, will answer all your questions.
The house is in a quiet neighborhood and it was interesting to see where and how Baba Vanga lived. On display there are also icons, personal effects and photos, the presents given to her by the people she helped and by some famous ones, like politicians, art people and even the president of Kalmikia. Taking photos inside the house is not allowed but in the garden only.
Information in English is not much, so for non-Bulgarians it would be good to make a quick research before visit.
Written April 17, 2018
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MarielaNordell
Sofia, Bulgaria282 contributions
3 hours drive from Sofia, allmost on the border with Greece, Except the museum of the biggest propheat of Bulgaria Vanga, there is a church constructed with the money donated from her and a mineral thermal water SPA.
Written February 13, 2012
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Adrian P
Sofia, Bulgaria26 contributions
Dec 2018 • Couples
If you know who Baba Vanga was and what she did this is the place to visit. There is no more description to say about it.
Written January 22, 2019
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3 contributions
Aug 2023 • Family
i disliked the baba vanga museum its was boring and i did not enjoy my time there my kids got bored and so did i. it wasa very BORING make it fun
Written November 28, 2023
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elzowczyna
585 contributions
Jan 2019 • Couples
The museum is in the house where Baba Vanga used to live. Rather small place, but worth visiting, even just to see how people used to live in Bulgaria. Entrance is 2 leva only.
Written January 27, 2019
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Boyko G
Pleven, Bulgaria3 contributions
Feb 2017 • Family
Interesting place to visit. It is a house teller Vanga. Here he was seeing with visit ors. Preserved in authentic form.
Written February 8, 2017
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Alexa
London, UK161 contributions
This site was made more interesting because I had someone to explain its significance. Not much information availablein English when you arrive so read up first or it won't make much sense.
Written December 29, 2012
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