I was very, very happy after I went out of the building. It is such a pleasure to enter a museum, so well maintained and knowing that it is constantly improved and museum employees try to gather new exhibits for the different sections.
Basically, the museum focuses on the history of the town, of course, with a bigger focus on the ancient history. There is a small art gallery with Pomorie-theme paintings as well as an ethnographic section. It is important to note that even I as a Bulgarian learned new facts about our culture, even though each ethnographic exhibition around the country is almost the same. Well..this one offered a few more interesting and some funny facts about Bulgarians of old.
My recommendation is definitely to pay few additional leva for a guided tour, which takes approx. 30-40 minutes depending on the number of your additional questions. Entrance fee is 2 leva, as far as I remember.
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