Techno MagicLand is a center where every child will be able to discover the magic of technology and science through over 50 interactive experiments.
The facility does not qualify as a museum. The way it works is extremely different from the traditional concept of a museum. Things from the past are normally shown in traditional mzes, but this is not the case in TechnoMagicLand. All you can see is practical science, whose principles of operation are still in use today, and whose progress foreshadows future technological possibilities.
The National Museum "Earth and Man" situated in the heart of Sofia. The museum first opened its doors in 1987. Visitors may see a collection of minerals gathered from 109 nations throughout the globe in its 5,500 square meter space. The museum has acquired 1,523 different types of minerals from a
The Bulgarian Academy of Science's Ethnographic Institute, which includes a museum, is housed in the old royal mansion in Sofia. The museum is part of the so-called National Museum, which was founded in 1892 and became an autonomous organization under the name National Ethnographic Museum in 1906
The Memorial Tomb of Alexander I of Battenberg, also known as the Battenberg Mausoleum in Sofia, Bulgaria's capital, is the mausoleum and last resting place of Prince Alexander I of Bulgaria (1857–1893), the country's first Head of State. The mausoleum, created in the eclectic style (with
Sofia's National Historical Museum is the country's biggest museum. It was established on May 5, 1973. On March 2, 1984, a new representative display was unveiled in the Court of Justice building to honor the 13th century of the Bulgarian state. The museum was relocated in 2000 to Boyana, the