Archaeological Museum in Plovdiv, Bulgaria (RAM – Plovdiv) is one of the first Bulgarian cultural institutions, officially opened in 1882. Originally set up as an archaeological and numismatic office, it gradually earned the status of Archaeological Museum during the 1920s.

Atanas Krastev House Museum is very much a house, with dining room, living room, and study, but with interesting and mostly contemporary artwork all around. Location Ul. Dr. Stoyan Chomakov 5A, Plovdiv 4000, Bulgaria. Call +359 32 625 792

Aviation Museum arose in 1919, in order to be preserved for history some of the first aircrafts of Bulgaria. But the conclusion of the Peace Treaty of Neuilly made it unrealizable. 

House-Museum Hindlian opulent house was built between 1835 and 1840. It’s full of exquisite period furniture and walls painted with real and imaginary landscapes of Venice, Alexandria and Constantinople. Location Ul. “Artin Gidikov” 4, Plovdiv 4000, Bulgaria. Call +359 32 628 998

The Roman theatre of Plovdiv is one of the world’s best-preserved ancient theatres, located in the city center of Plovdiv, Bulgaria. It was constructed in the 90s of I century AD, probably under the rulership of Emperor Domitian.

The Plovdiv Regional Ethnographic Museum is a museum of ethnography in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Since 1938, it has occupied the 1847 house of the merchant, Argir Kuyumdzhioglu, in the city’s Old Town.

The Plovdiv Regional Historical Museum is a historical museum in the city of Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Established in 1951, it covers the history of Plovdiv from the 15th century until today.

TRAKART has built, exposed and stored a priceless cultural heritage in “Arheologicheski” Subway,Plovdiv– Roman floor mosaics from II – IIIcentury AD. Image Map