Regional Ethnographic Museum - Plovdiv is the second largest in Bulgaria specialized museum of this type, established scientific-educational institution and attractive center for cultural tourism. It was founded in 1917 and since 1938 it is located in Kuyumdzhieva House - a monument of culture of national importance. The museum is a permanent, non-profit institution that seeks, collects, stores, documents and promotes movable cultural values and expands them to research, popularizing, and educational purposes. Regional Ethnographic Museum - Plovdiv conducts coordination, qualification and expert-consultancy for all museums and collections of ethnographic cultural heritage on the territory of Plovdiv and the region. Provides methodological assistance to municipal and private museums. The museum is a co-organizer and host of already traditional festivals (folklore, chamber music, classical guitar), concerts, biennials, theatrical productions, reviews, book presentations, performances. It also offers additional attractions for tourists as demonstrations of traditional crafts.