It is a must. You should visit it. It is amazing outside and inside. It is a museum also. De visita obligatoria. Una casa que es un museo ethenográfico.
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I definitely disagree with all the negative feedbacks written for this museum. We liked it very much: it show you in a simple way, with a lot of pictures, ancient objects and instruments, what were the habits and the common employments of Bulgarian people during...More
Our introduction to this museum was extremely negative as the front desk employee tried to make me pay adult fee for my 13 year old (standing beside a sign that says the child rate applies up to 16). Second time Bulgarians have tried stealing money...More
Museum displays clothing, tools, furniture and everyday objects. Descriptions are in English too. I saw everything in 60 minutes. Museum is housed in a beautiful wooden Hungarian house.
We were there during a heat wave (no AC), but there was folk dancing as well as a crafts market in its courtyard. Small areas give you a glimpse of numerous areas of Bulgarian culture
Up the hill in the old town this superb house and garden is an ideal setting for the museum. The building is stunning with original woodwork inside - ceilings, dressers etc. Displays showing old craft work, peasant costumes, jewellery and accessories as well as beautiful...More
When you are climbing on the Plovdiv historical hill, visiting very interesting historical places it is really worth to visit Etnographic museum and to learn about bulgarian way of living.
On a very very hot day, we staggered through Plovdiv's beautiful old town to this wonderful museum and realized quickly that we'd made the right decision. As with most ethnographic museums, it is full of local clothing, old agricultural equipments, and so on. What makes...More