Museum of Traditional Crafts and Applied Arts

The “Museum of national crafts and applied arts” in town of Troyan is located at the central town square. It is housed in a building from 1881 – the first post-liberation public building in the town. The museum was inaugurated on 10.03.1968 on the occasion of 100 anniversary of declaring of Troyan for a town.
The museum exhibits are displayed in 10 halls. There are shown samples and original objects and equipment related to the traditional crafts in Troyan region – pottery, woodcarving and woodworking, metalworking, pyrography, iconography, copper-working, goldsmith, making of traditional costumes, etc.

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Additional Information

April – October
09.00 – 17.00 h (works every day)November – March
09.00 – 17.00 Monday – Friday
10.00 – 15.00 SaturdaySunday – with additional request /for groups/
Kids under 7 – FREE
Students – 2 BGN
Adults – 4 BGN
Pensioners – 2 BGN
Guided tour – 10 BGN
Short lecture – 5 BGB
Family ticket (for families with kids) – 10лв.
Groups of 20+ people – entrance fee discount – 50%
Capturing with camera – 5 BGN
Capturing with videocamera – 10 BGN