Over 200 authentic exhibits are housed in Bulgarian National Revival Vazrazhdane and National Liberation Revolutions hall. Various Ottoman and European coins serve as a proof of the thriving trade in the period 15th–19th century.

The oldest displayed coin from that age is made of copper and dates back to the period of rule of Murad II (1446-1451). The diverse collection of items such as notebooks, seals and products of the different crafts typical of the period – manufacturing of homespun, copper making and gold jewelry making, indicate the fact that the guilds actively participated in the life of Bulgarian people.

Weapons from the Aprilsko Vastanie uprising (1876) and the Russo-Turkish War (1877-1878) together with the personal belongings and awards given to citizens of Pazardzhik illustrate these two important events in the national history.