The Ethnographic House in Kavarna opened in 1984; it is located in an old Revival period house, restored, converted to a museum and displaying the life of a middle-class family from the end of the 19th century. The exhibit reveals the everyday life of the main groups of the local Bulgarian population – from Dobrudzha, Kotel, Gagauzia. Crafts, typical of those times, are also presented – lace knitting and slippers-making.
Where: Kavarna, 16 “Sava Ganchev” str., tel.: 0570 50 17 8. The House can be accessed on foot from the town’s center (square “Dobrotitza” and the Municipality of Kavarna).
When: from 8.00 to 12.00 and from 13.00 to 17.00, Monday to Friday. Group visits can be organized on Saturday and Sunday on request. Prices are as follows: Entrance fee for adults: 3 leva. Entrance fee for students: 1.5 leva. Lectures (in Bulgarian): 10 leva Taking photographs: 2 leva per person for adults and 2 leva per person for students. Every Thursday there is no entrance fee for all visitors.
For contacts: 0570 8 50 17
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