The house belonged to wealthy Bulgarian craftsman Georgi Kendindenoglu and was built in the typical symmetrical style where each floor had a central room ('hayet'', meaning life) from which four other rooms were accessed. Several of the rooms are furnished and decorated to recreate the colourful interior of a Turkish home, including low furniture for drinking Turkish coffee. Original costumes are on display.
Open 09:30 -18:00.
Price/Additional InfoAdults 4 leva, students 1 lev
Regional History Museum
Ploshtad Saedinenie 1
Established in 1951, it is a record of regional events from the period of 15th to 20th century. Over 60,000 exhibits are stored in its fund, including unique collections of weapons and firearms, orders a nd medals, military equipment, personal belongings
Regional History Museum for Modern History
ul. Angel Bukoreshtliev 14
Regional History Museum Hristo Danov House
ul. Mitropolit Paisiy 2
Hristo Danov was Plovdiv's first publisher and his house is now home to the Regional History Museum of book publishing. Danov played an active role in the National Revival movement, disseminating information and literature in Bulgarian language. He also
Regional Natural History Museum
ul. Hristo G. Danov 34
This is great for children not just on a rainy day , a visit to the regional natural history museum reveals all sorts of fascinating encounters with live and stuffed animals, reptiles, small mammals, birds and preserved flora of all kinds. The aquarium h