The Ethnographic Museum in Bourgas is part of the Regional Museum of History - Burgas. The exposition is in the so-called "Brakalov's House", built in 1873 for the prominent public figure and mayor of Bourgas Dimitar Brakalov.
The museum is located in the center of Bourgas, behind the cathedral "St. Cyril and Methodius". On the first floor of the building is the interior of the nineteenth-century Bourgas town house and ladies fashion from this period. The lobby area is used for the organization of temporary exhibitions.
On the second floor there is a collection of Bulgarian traditional costumes from all ethnographic groups in the region of Bourgas - rupets, gorges, thrones, mountain peasants, alienes and bulgarian settlers from the territories of today's Greece and Turkey. There are ritual costumes and ornaments from the 19th century, connected with the ritual practices and folk festivals characteristic of Bourgas region: fire-dancer, Enyova bulya, lazar girl, Karakachan bride, as well as authentic wedding costumes from the village of Zidarovo.