When in the 21 century one state invades another, violates its sovereignty, and deploys military resources against civilian population, the way we make sense of history and learn from the lessons of the past is of greatest import.
On April 1st, the Naval Museum re-opens for visits all its exhibit except the Drazki museum-ship, on 30 % capacity and requesting observance of the following rules:
In compliance with the instructions of the Regional Health Inspectorate – Varna, due to the exacerbated epidemic status, the exhibitions of the Naval Museum close for visitors on 12 March 2021 until further notice.
Access to the exhibitions of the Naval Museum is granted provided strict adherence to the introduced nation-wide measures against the spread of COVID-19 and observance of the following rules:
As of Thursday, November 19, the Naval Museum will offer access only to its open-air exhibition, during the usual visiting hours: Tuesday through Sunday, 10:00 through 18:00. Ticket sales end 40 minutes before closing time.
On May 19 (Tuesday), the Naval Museum opens for visit its in-door and open-air exhibitions, with the exception of the ship-museum “Drazki”, during our usual hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10:00 – 18:00.
In observation of the recommendations of the Ministry of Health of Republic of Bulgaria and of the World Health Organization, and in execution of the RD-01-117 Act (8 March 2020) of the minister of health, the National Museum of Military History enforces the following preventive measures towards limiting the spread of COVID-19: