Veliko Tarnovo

Museum of the Bulgarian Revival and Constituent Assembly

  pl.Saedinenie 1     more than a year ago
On 10th February 1879 the constituent National Assembly of the Third Bulgarian State was held in the Konak (Turkish town hall), which since 1985 is home to the Museum of Bulgarian Revival and Constituent Assembly. The magnificent room in which the assembly took place is one of the highlights, although currently it is undergoing renovation and is closed to the public. If you ask nicely the warden will allow you a glimpse into the room. Other exhibition areas are dedicated to the development of icon painting, the regional struggle for liberation from the Ottoman empire and the economic development of the region during the Revival period. Unfortunately not everything is labelled in English and it really depends on your interest in these subjects as to how long you wish to spend in the museum.



9:00 - 18:00 April to October
9:00 - 17:30 November to March
Last admission 30 minutes prior to closing.
Closed Tue 9:00 - 12:00

Price/Additional Info

Admission  6 leva(adults) 2 leva(students)
Children under 7 - free
Two day individual ticket for 10 museum objects 20 leva
Two day family ticket (up to 3 children)for 10 museum objects 30 leva
Free admission the last Thursday of the month
Amateur photography 5 leva
Guide services in a foreign language 20 - 30 leva


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