Archaeological Museum Nesebar

The Museum in Nesebar is one of the most visited attractions in the town. The museum has four exhibition halls chronologically following the development of the town through the different historical periods.
The first hall is called Mesembria and the Thracians. The visitors can see remains of items from the everyday life of ancient Thracians, such as pottery vessels embossed with ornaments, finds of stone anchors, а silver coin. The second hall of the museum called Mesembria – the Pontic Polis displays four extremely rare hydriai (bronze vessels) discovered in the necropolis of Mesembria, part of a statue of god Apollo, the torso of a statue of Heracles, a statue of Tyche, goddess of good fortune, gold adornments.The marble pedestal of the bronze statue of Emperor Claudius is displayed in the third exhibition hall of the museum. The hall is called Mesembria on the territory of Rome, Byzantium and Bulgaria. There is also a collection of amphorae and white-clay glazed vessels that provides information about the trade relations Nesebar had with Constantinople and other trade centres in the 9th – 12th centuries. There is a special hall in the Archaeological Museum of Nesebar dedicated to iconic art. Around 250 icons pained by local icon-painters that used to hang in the scores of churches in the town have survived to this day.

Accommodation in Nesebar

Additional Information

From June to September:
Monday to Friday 09.00 – 19.00
Saturday and Sunday 09.00 – 13.30 ч. & 14.00 – 18.00

May and October:
Monday to Friday 09.00 – 18.00
Saturday and Sunday 09.00 – 13.30 & 14.00 – 18.00

From November to March
Monday to Friday 09.00 – 12.00 & 12.30 – 17.00

Adults – 5 lv.
Students – 3 lv.