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Museum of Salt, Pomorie
(3.6/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
Museum of Salt showcases techniques of salt collection through solar evaporation, presented through stories and live demonstrations. Built alongside Pomorie Lake, the museum has a 760 hectare (1,880 acre) saline plot in its yard. Here you can learn about the ancient technologies of salt extraction, observe tools and equipment used during the process, and view maps and old photographs from the site. You can also get souvenirs and brochures connected to salt production. Snap photos of the lagoon outside, which joins the Black Sea at its end point. Plan your Museum of Salt visit and explore what else you can see and do in Pomorie using our Pomorie tour planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Seeing as has salt without any mechanization, you will understand what it was hellish work on heat.
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  • Salt Museum is located in the village of Pomorie, near Bourgas. From public transportation far enough, but during the summer the Museum suitable excursion tram. The Museum holds excursions can be booked in Russian, sometimes show slides. Also, you can buy cosmetics, made on the basis of Lugi (product recycling salt).
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  • There is no parking to park the car you need to jump across the border on wasteland. Not well-groomed territory, wild stink if wind from the Lake. Review of binoculars only works 1. Disillusioned.
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  • The museum is tiny inside, in fact it's one room half full with chairs to watch the video and there are some showcases and ustensils along the walls and at the backside. I admit beeing deceived. The film was in EN and we were asked in when it was half over. Anyway the kids did not yet learn EN in school. When the film was over we tried to see the exposed items, but doing this, a whole bus full of tourists were watching the film and we visibly disturbed them by moving around. Outside there is no explication at all, you see some salt bassins, but nobody to show you around. In less than 30 minutes we were finished with the visit and I wondered why I had planned a day trip to Pomorie.
  • At the time white gold was hard labour. Nowadays salt is common as any other thing we eat. For me it was more interesting to watch nearby people covered with mud trying to heal themselves. As I know there are restrictions for people with cardiovascular problems and so if they are doing it under doctor supervision it's OK. But I doubt that.
  • Not impressive
  • The museum itself bullshit. Room 3 * 4:3 plakatika, 4 photos. The ticket costs 3 LV. But the mud baths are free of charge. Heaps of people izmazanyh mud. Izmazalsâ, obsoh, smylâ ... Lâpota! For free ...! Close to the sea. Clean sand, breakwaters. The sea is clean. In the Museum you can not walk. Posmotriš in a circle, and so everything is clear. Children can at least explain what and why.
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  • Dirt, guys! A hefty mud! There are showers, but closed. Dirt is washed off reluctantly. The smell of knock down with legs. Worth a visit, cool place
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