05 май Everyday life in communist Bulgaria: The Red Flat
We are more than happy to announce our newest project called the Red flat , a museum like space dedicated to the everyday life of Bulgaria during communism ( 1944 – 1989 ). The place is meant to be an experience for all your senses. Once inside you can touch, play, taste and explore everything in a cozy athospere.
Situated in a real residential building, typical for the city center of Sofia, the Red Flat is taking you back in time to the 80s, the last decade of the communist regime in the country. TV, radio, telephone, record player, magazines, books, toys and everyday items are telling you stories from the Iron curtain time of Todor Zhivkov, Roland Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev.
Starting point is our hub at 24 Ivan Denkoglu street, where you can get further information and buy tickets ( adults 9 euro, children under 14 years 4.50 euro, cards accepted ). Visitors receive an audio guide in English or Bulgarian and are welcomed by a local host.
The regular visit takes approximately between one and two hours, but you are always welcome to spend more quality time browsing through images and items in the flat.
If you want to dive into the past of communist Bulgaria, the Red flat is the right place for you and your friends or family!
Mon – Sun, 10:30 AM – 6 PM ( last admission )
Phone: 00359 988 252 032