Entering the Red Flat is like stepping back in time to 1980s Communist Bulgaria. You may learn about daily living for regular Bulgarians during the Cold War by visiting the house of a typical family. Work and play, school and vacation, eating, drinking, watching TV, partying, and performing chores – how did all of this happen under Reagan and Gorbachev’s reigns? Come inside the apartment and see for yourself!
The Sofia Arsenal – Museum of Contemporary Art first opened its doors in 2011. By 2017, it has almost a hundred events on its calendar. In 2015 and 2016, new initiatives were introduced. 'Space–Audience' features spatial visualizations related to the museum architecture, its history, change, and
Ivan Minchov Vazov was a Bulgarian poet, writer, and dramatist known as "the Patriarch of Bulgarian Literature." He was born in Sopot, a town in Bulgaria's Rose Valley (then part of the Ottoman Empire). Ivan Vazov's works illuminate two historical epochs: the Bulgarian Renaissance and the
The majestic ancient baths building beside the mosque houses this museum devoted to the 'History of Sofia.' After years of renovation and preparation, it was opened to the public on September 17, 2015. There are eight galleries with approximately 1000 exhibits ranging from 6000 BC to the current
The National Military History Museum is a museum devoted to the country's military past. Since August 1, 1914, it has existed under numerous titles and has been subject to several organizations as part of the Ministry of Defence (in practice since 4 July 1916). It has a 5,000 m2 indoor display