Meet legends and gods, such as Oprheus and Apollo and learn about the historiy of the warlike Thracian people told through the archaeological golden treasures from Bulgaria.
This is among the most spectacular archeological exhibitions ever to have been on display in Norway. See the unique finds from the ancient Thracian culture at Bryggens Museum in Bergen from 2. September - 10. December 2017.These artefacts are only shown outside Bulgaria on rare occasions - in recent years in Paris, Moscow and Tokyo, and now for the first time in Norway. Join us at Bryggens Museum and experience new stories - told in gold.
Meet legends and gods, such as Oprheus and Apollo and learn about the historiy of the warlike Thracian people told through the archaeological golden treasures from Bulgaria. These artefacts are only shown outside Bulgaria on rare occasions - in recent years in Paris, Moscow and Tokyo, and now for the first time in Norway. Join us at Bryggens Museum and experience new stories - told in gold. www.legenderigull.no
The exhibition is produced by the Bulgarian National History Museum in co-operation with eleven other museums in Bulgaria.
Monday - Friday: 11:00 - 15:00
Saturday - Sunday: 12:00 - 16:00
Adult NOK 80
Student NOK 40
Children under 16 yrs free of charge
Groups more than 10 pax 25% discount
Extended opening hours during UCI 2017 Road World Championships:
21. and 22. September: 11:00 - 18:00
23. September: 12:00 - 18:00
|Bryggens Museum (2 Sept 2017 - 10 Dec 2017)|
|Monday - Friday||11:00||- 15:00|
|Saturday - Sunday||12:00||- 16:00|
|Bryggens Museum (21 Sept 2017 - 22 Sept 2017)|
|Thursday - Friday||11:00||- 18:00|
|Bryggens Museum (23 Sept 2017)|
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