This Bulgarian Rose Museum is located in Kazanlak. After the rose blooming period, this is the only museum related to roses that is open all year round. I personally feel that this attraction is very cost-effective and not worth visiting at all. The charge is 6 lev per person, and there is a parcel delivery office at the door. The entire museum is a small circle. Most of them are text introductions and some rose oil or rose water making utensils. Because the introduction is plain, the props are shabby and completely boring. There is a garden in the middle, which looks run down when it is not in bloom. There are various rose products sold at the door, and the packaging is simple, but it is said that this is the only authentic Bulgarian rose, so I bought some fragrance. The flavors are all 2.5ml, which looks like samples, but there is really no larger capacity. Asked the waiter, the aunt replied disdainfully, "We sell perfume not oil, no!"