Description of Etar Architectural Ethnographic Museum
Etar Architectural Ethnographic Museum was constructed in 1964 as a traditional Bulgarian village. Etar
Open Air Museum was
planned and build to demonstrate the ancient way of life and preserve it
for future generations. Etar was designed as an open air museum with 50
structures in a traditional architecture.
Here you can see ancient
masters create pottery, wooden carvings, metal works, different kinds of
foods, carpets and other items right before your eyes. Price for the products made
here is fairly low. Artisans who work in here use the power of water from
the mountains for their purposes. Additionally a hotel was erected here for
those who want to stay longer to explore Etar and surrounding woods.
Many hiking trails are laid in the area around Etar.