Archeological Museum, Burgas
Expositions: Sea Navigation, Antient Times, Thracian Culture, Greek colonisation, Early Christianity, Mediaeval Culture
Summer (1st of July -15th of September): Mo-Sa: 9-18h (lunch break: 13.00-14.00) ;
Winter (16th of September - 31th of May): Mo-Fr: 8-17h (lunch break: 13.00-14.00)
Address: Bogoridi Street, 21
Phone: +359 56 842582
As with most Bulgarian museums this is primarily an educational and research resource but still makes for an interesting rainy day thing to do. The exposition chronologically displays locally-discovered artefacts from the Bronze Age to the period of Roman occupation.
Whilst most of the display is in Bulgarian there is a crib sheet available in several languages which gives you a sort of self-guided tour.
In winter the museum is open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm and in Summer from Monday to Saturday 10 am to 7 pm. Admission (Feb2010) is 2 leva and it appears that photos are allowed (well at least no-one told me otherwise).
Address: ul Aleko Bogoridi 21
Directions: On the main pedestrian street leading from the Svoboda Square (where the Hotel Bulgaria is) up towards the Sea Garden.