The Ethnographic Museum is housed in a restored Renaissance house from the 60’s of the 19th century. It has two floors, where are found both exhibitions related to the life and livelihood of the people of Balchik, as well as objects, tools, clothing, jewelry.
The Museum in Balchik has a collection of over 20,000 movable cultural values, separated into three collections – archeological, ethnographic, artistic. Its structure includes four objects – Main Exposition, Ethnographic Exposition, Renaissance Complex, Teceto Object. In 2013, the Museum’s renovated main exhibit was officially opened. The institution organizes archaeological surveys, ethnographic expositions and other research activities. Work time: – winter season: from 08:00. until 16:30;…
It was established in 1955. Today it covers an area of 194 decares, most of its territory having the status of a protected area under the Law of Protected Areas. Within the boundaries of the protected area, tourists can observe the natural ecosystems and appreciate the rich biodiversity of the region. The Botanical Garden is included in the top 100 national tourist sites.
The Palace is the former summer residence of the Romanian Queen Maria Alexandrina Victoria de Edinburgh (1875-1938). It is located about 2 km southwest of the town of Balchik, in a beautiful area between the rocks of Balchik and the sea. It has the status of an architectural and gardening monument.