There is hardly a city in Bulgaria apart from the capital that has so many museum opportunities.
The former Girls High School, which used to be the biggest in the Balkans, houses the Archaeological Museum that holds one of the country's richest collections.
A special treasury displays priceless gold jewels and amazing ancient toreutic works. The icon and church plate exposition is very impressive. In a special Education Selection your children will be able to rise prehistoric stone tools and work with a primitive potter's wheel.
Address: Varna 9000, 41 Maria Louisa Blvd.
Tel.: (359 52) 237 057
Fax: (359 52) 237 056
The Varna Museum
The Varna Museum is full of treasures from all periods of the city's history, and will interest both the informed archaeologist and the casual visitor.
Address: Varna 9000, 8th November St.
Tel.: (359 52) 632 677
The National Revival Museum
The National Revival Museum has a rich collection.
Address: Varna 9000, 9 Twenty-seven July St.
Tel.: (359 52) 223 585
The Ethnographic Museum
The Ethnographic Museum has exhibits showing traditional means of livelihood and costumes with varying demographic features.
Address: Varna 9000, 22 Panagiurishte St.
Tel.: (359 52) 63-05-88
The Naval Museum
The Naval Museum is in the shady alleys of the Marine Gardens.
The history of Bulgarian maritime dates back to the year of 1883. Once the creation of the Bulgarian Marine by Russian naval officers was accomplished in 1879, there was made a collection of ancient marine exhibits.
The Museum of the History of Medicine
The Museum of the History of Medicine is in what used to be the city's first hospital and possesses the richest paleoanthropologic collection in Bulgaria.
The Museum of New History
The Museum of New History is in the oldest surviving house in Varna, that was built in 1851 Address: Varna 9000, 41 Maria Louisa Blvd.
Bulgaria's only Aquarium with a unique facade covered in ivy attracts many visitors.
Varna Terrarium has one of the most diverse collections in Bulgaria - more than 40 different kinds of exotic animals from all over the world and many interesting and rare Bulgarian species.
Address: Morska Gradina, 38 Saltanat St.
1, L. Karavelov St.