Archeological museum from Histria was founded in 1982 in the suborder of National History and Archeology Museum from Constanta. The museum exposes Greek roman and Byzantine archeological pieces, from the researches from Histria and from the surroundings: amorfe inscriptions, ceramic pottery, glass, jewelries, Hellenistic basrelief and other things.


The museum of Peasantry Household from Enisala represents a synthesis of traditional household from Northern Dobrogea, the area of Razim Lake, from the beginning of the XXth century. The architectural assembly contains the house with chiller and some annex typical for this area: the kitchen and the summer cooker, the anishores’ stable, the cote lean-tos the fountain. There can be seen: agricultural instruments, dobrogenian painted cart, fishing tools, cooperage tools and products, smithy, culture of bees, pottery, instruments for house making textiles’ industry. The inside of the house reveals the beauty and the wealth of the traditional fabrics being organized in its traditional variant.


Casa Paraschiva museum from Visina. Constantin Paraschiva is a weaver from Visina, Jurilovca. She transformed a part of her house, in 2006, in a sshorel museum, where can be found her own creations as well as hundred years’ old traditional suits (Bulgarian, Oltenian, and others) as well as different traditional tool used in the art of weaving.


The Oriental Art Museum from Babadag. The Oriental art Exhibition, organized in Panaghia House presents pieces from the traditional art of the Turks and Tatars from Dobrogea, as well as pieces of manufactured and industrial oriental art.