The Museum of the Art from the Socialist Period opened on 19 September, 2011. It presents works from the period of Socialist rule in Bulgaria (1944–1989). Over 70 works of monumental sculpture are exhibited in a park covering 7,500 sq.m. On a special pedestal, the large five-pointed star that once crowned the former Party House in the centre of Sofia is on display. In a hall of an area of 550 sq. m., temporary exhibitions based on a content and thematic principle show present ideological forms of art. Archival and documentary films are projected in a video room. The shop offers catalogues and a variety of promotional materials and souvenirs.

7, Luchezar Stanchev St.
1756 Sofia

Tuesday to Sunday – 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Ticket office: until 5.30 p.m.
Closed: Mondays, official Bulgarian holidays, Christmas, New Year’s Day, and Easter

Tickets: 6 BGN
Pupils, students and pensioners: 3 BGN
Thursdays: 2 BGN

Free admission: children aged up to 12, physically disabled visitors, pupils and students of art schools, employees of museums and galleries, journalists, members of the Union of Bulgarian Artists (UBA), ICOM, ICOMOS, AIAP, AICA.

Lectures (in Bulgarian): 40 BGN

Nikolai Ushtavaliiski
Deputy Director of National Gallery
+359 879 834043