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At just 3 lev ($1.75) per person this large but quiet gallery is a bargain. Great paintings by mostly Bulgarian artists along with a African, Indian, and Asian works. Stone throw away from the Nevski Cathedral. Less than five minutes walk from InterContinental Hotel Sofia...
We spent 3 hours in the museum with a break of half an hour break for lunch. We were able to return to the museum without paying an enterence fee again. As we are senior citizens we payed 5 lev each. We enjoyed every minute....More
Some very interesting stuff in here though the African and Asian artefacts seemed a bit anomalous. It's so big it's tiring on the feet and on the concentration, they should put a cafe in with seating in the outside sculpture area so you can have...More
This place is huge and has an extensive collection over three floors and should be getting a 5 star review, however...
it suffers from a complete lack of logical curation. There is no clear order to how the rooms are laid out, no artistic narrative...More
This museum is located across the road from the Aleksander Nevski Cathedral. We spent an afternoon in it and really enjoyed it. This museum is massive and we did not have time to see it all. We concentrated on the extensive Bulgarian art collection. The...More
If you have never seen, or noticed a Bulgarian artist before, you will find more than a few memorable names here... Skitnik and Pamukchiev, for example. The museum has hundreds of works on display over several floors. The collection features Bulgarians, but also includes foreign...More
The museum is just behind the Cathedral Alexander Nevski, in a beautiful big building. We went there a little after 4 pm and I would recommend going earlier than that because the museum is big, interesting and closes at 6 pm so we had to...More