The museum is rather small, but the exhibition rooms are very modern and the objects very well preserved. The descriptions are also in English.
It is an interesting museum about an impressive man and about an important part of the jewish history in Bulgaria. And also a good insight in the local history of Kyustendil.
Since I am one of the 48,000 Bulgarian Jews whom Peshev and his friends from Kyustendid saved in March1943 from deathcamp Treblinka, I am not 'objective' about this House.It was my second visit - this time with 6 members of my family. All of us were impressed by the rich documantation - exhibited very well.