Location: Gabrovo
Type: Ethnographic complex
Description: Bozhentsi is a village and architectural reserve in Gabrovo municipality, Gabrovo Province, in central northern Bulgaria. The village lies in the middle part of the Balkan Mountains, 15 km east of Gabrovo and just north of the Shipka Pass. It is noted for its well-preserved Bulgarian National Revival architecture and history, and is thus a well-known tourist destination in the area.
Location: Zlatograd
Type: Ethnographic area complex
Description: The complex was opened with the cooperation of the Municipality of Zlatograd on May 24, 2001 – the festive day devoted to the Bulgarian culture and education and the Slavonic script.
The numerous sites, some of which have been reconstructed with the assistance of the PHARE and SAPARD programmes, disclose and reflect the natural-geographical specifics and the wealth of the millenniums-long history of the Zlatograd ethnocultural area, and above all, those of Zlatograd and the settlements in the municipality.
Location: Bratsigovo
Type: Ethnographic complex
Description: The Popov House, constructed in 1847 by Zafir and Mihal Popovi and restored in 1981, is home to the museum of the architectural construction school during the revival – dedicated to the famous Bratsigovo builders. The architecture school displays rich photographic materials from the life of the grand masters, masters, and apprentices. The museum also displays the instruments and fragments of their work as well as the original chronicle of the builder’s guild. Bratsigovo was inhabited in antiquity by Thracians, Romans, Slavs, and Bulgarians; all of whom participated in various construction activities. The architectural construction school was founded in the eighteenth century after the migration of 150 families from Normansko, Macedonia.


Location: Gabarnitsa, Varna
Type: Ethnographic complex
Description: Ethnographic Complex Rodna Stryaha is situated in the village center close to the village hall. Amidst the beautiful greenery and fresh country air The Cafe-garden is an excellent place to enjoy the pleasant coldness of the evenings. Each of the guests can allow themselves the pleasure of a quiet and peaceful recreation or just savor the natural countryside by relaxing on one of the comfortable rocking chairs among the green trees. Just look into the well of worldly pleasures and try to feel the delightful mood and entertainment.                                        
Location: Troyan
Type: Ethnographic complex
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Description: Ethnographic complex “Dalbok dol” is located in the village Dalbok dol, near the city of Troyan. This is one of the few places where every visitor can go back in time and feel the past. The complex has three authentic houses located one above each other and separated in a common courtyard that includes a waterfall, meadows, barbecue and kitchen surrounded by stone wall, to which access is made of three ancient gates.
Location: Gabrovo
Type: Architectural ethnographic complex
Description: Architectural ethnographic complex "Etar" is the first one of this type in Bulgaria. He was found on the 7 of September 1964 year. The museum is situated 8 km South of Gabrovo. It consists of 10 objects and it has one of the most riches and well kept active technical collection around the European museums on the open air. This is the reason why the water wheel is the emblem of Etar.The most important specialty in the collection is that all objects are in action as it was in the past. The craftsman trade street offers 16 models to the Balkan architecture, showing the original talant to Revival builders.
Location: Ledenik, Veliko Tarnovo
Type: Ethnographic complex
Description: The Complex “KULATA” is situated by 30 meters from Yantra River, which offers good conditions for swimming and fishing. The museum “KULATA“ is in a 3-storey building. It is the highest stone built house on the Balkans. On the first floor are presented ethnographic expositions in two parts. The first part exhibits field tools: dikania, plough, threshing machine, bee skep, vats for pressing grapes and many others. The second part exhibits tools and costumes of the people: wood loom, chakrak, vreteno and many others. All of this is illustrated also with photos from 1904 to 1924.
Location: Strandja park, Primorsko
Type: Ethnographic complex
Description: Ethnographic complex “Chiflika” is situated at the foot of national park “Strandja”, 5 km. away from the beach of Primorsko. The region is ecologically clean and is fully isolated from the crowded and noisy cities and resorts. In the same time it is suitable for any type of tourism: If You are a “sea and sun lover”, the biggest and the most beautiful beach on the South Black Sea Coast is only 6 minutes away by car. If you like the nature – the main tourist routes in “Strandja” pass just near the complex. For You “Chiflika” has one more surprise – a mini zoo where you can see rare bird species which are not typical of Bulgaria. The unique location of the complex is a guarantee for one unforgettable holiday in peace, combining the mountain with the sea.
Location: Asparuhov park, Varna
Type: Historical ethnographic complex
Description: Ethnographic complex Fanagoria is the unique operating open-air museum in the country. The complex is a copy of proto-Bulgarian battle settlement of 6-8 century and includes wood firewalls with battle towers, equipped yurti, acting craft workshops, restored antique costumes, weapons, household items and furniture. It has a square shape with a temple, shamanic yurti Khan, shooting and a platform for viewers.
Location: Leshten, Blagoevgrad
Type: Ethnographic complex
Description: The village of Leshten is one of the most attractive and authentic eco resort in Bulgaria. It is situated on the south slope of Rodopi mountain, 200 km from Sofia, with an amazing view to Pirin mountain. The village of Leshten contains about 30 houses. All of the houses in the village are build in old Bulgarian architect style, which style was typical of this region of the country. Houses are with very big terraces, inner courtyards and own taverns, in which the guests of the village can prepare their own food. There is a  rich variety of choices for a memorable holiday including opportunities for hunting, fishing, riding, mountain walks, spa treatments and many more.
Location: Arbanassi, Veliko Tarnovo
Type: Architectural musem complex
Description: Arbanassi was founded in the late 15th century by Christians coming from the south-western parts of the Balkan peninsula - Bulgarians, Greeks, Albanians. Its unique natural, cultural and historic heritage, in immediate proximity to Veliko Tarnovo, makes the village an attractive place for visitors. The old atmosphere is elegantly combined with modern tourist services.
Location: Plovdiv
Type: Architectural complex
Description: Plovdiv emerged as a real town in the 12th c. BC. The ancient Greek writers ascribe the fame of being its first founder to the mythical Thracian king Eumolp, the son of Hemus and Europe. The town was built on the three hills /i.e.tepe/ that were grouped together - Nebet Tepe, Taksim Tepe and Djambaz Tepe. Many important ancient monuments have been preserved on the territory of the Old Three Hills.
Location: Kotel
Type: Architectural complex
Description: Zheravna is only 32 km away from the road junction Petolachkata, at the Sofia-Bourgas highway. The roads are in good condition, in the winter they are cleaned frequently from snow (when there is any). The climate is moderate and very cold or very hot days are an exception. You won't see people hurry for work or anything else. Life is passing with the typical tranquility of the mountain village life. People of Zheravna are somehow above the everyday things - maybe a relic from the great past of the village.