Regional Museum Vratsa

Historical Museum in Vratsa, Bulgaria, is one of the prominent cultural institutions in the town. It showcases the rich history and cultural heritage of the region, offering visitors a glimpse into the past. 

The museum houses a diverse collection of artifacts, documents, and exhibits that depict the history of Vratsa and the surrounding region. Visitors can explore various sections and learn about different periods, including the Thracian era, the Roman period, the Middle Ages, the Bulgarian National Revival, and more.

One of the highlights of the museum is its collection of Thracian artifacts. The Thracians were an ancient civilization that inhabited the region, and the museum showcases their artifacts, providing insight into their customs, beliefs, and way of life.

Vratsa and its surrounding areas has been the site of numerous archaeological discoveries. The museum displays many of these findings, including ancient pottery, tools, and other artifacts, shedding light on the early history of the region.

The museum also delves into the period known as the Bulgarian National Revival, which was a time of cultural and educational flourishing for Bulgaria.


Elevator, Wine tasting room, Garden, Non-smoking area


Air conditioning, Wi-Fi, Permanent exhibition