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All reviews cold war war machines several floors world war armoured vehicles fighter planes anti aircraft artillery pieces translated into english vast collection soviet era balkan wars enter the building on display few hours couple of hours tanks
Must be one of the best military museums I have visited. You can wander round all the tanks, missiles, planes, machinery at your leisure outside for free. Then for 12 lev, about £5.50, then you cross outside with more military hardware, then enter the building......More
Our visit to the museum was a good experience and a perfect lesson of the wars that took place in Balcans.A lesson for the kids of the clothing the evolution of guns, the political changes of the region and a remind of where the nationalism...More
the museum is fairly easily accessible by public transportation, we took the metro to „Св. Климент Охридски" station and from there walked about 15 minutes of foot. We visited on the last Wednesday of the month and were pleased to find out that the entrance...More
We paid 8 leva per person to visit the 1st 3 floors of the museum and to see all the vehicles on the inside terain (you can see some on the terain outside for free).
The museum will take you about 1 hour and shows...More
Entering the courtyard of a Military History Museum, you see a remarkable collection of military field equipment, once belonged to the Bulgarian Army. in the halls of the museum there is a lot of history, interestingly arranged. The exhibits cover the period from the Antiquity...More
The outdoor part of the museum is comprehensive but a bit run down; the grounds are great, but the military equipment is not in the best shape. Don't expect shiny and new, but everything is well labeled and laid out nicely. Inside, they have a...More
only go if history is you thing . starts in 1500 and go 1800. lots of old stones, money, gold hats, clothing , marble wall. 3 flights of history. you can spend 30min if not in to history or 4 hrs. reading lots of explantions....More