The Museum of Rural & Cultural Heritage in Europos was founded in order to gather in its halls precious mementoes of a long tradition that was carved through dense cultural conversations. Ionians from Foulatzik and Kizdervent, Thracians from Tzelepkioi, the Judd and Almpasaniof the Eastern Thrace, native Macedonians, Vlachs and Pontiansfound in their storage, drawers and old chests these valuable objects, heirlooms from the memorable lands and from customs that go far back in the centuries, and they offered them to the museum.
This rich cultural and folklore heritage is hosted since 2009 in this museum that is housed in the old elementary school, which was built in 1928 and renovated in 2000.
At the entrance of the museum a small classroom has been set up, with reference to the 60s (old school desks, student aprons, indicative etc.). The "Hall of weaving" is also prominent, while in the remaining rooms one can see family photographs, holiday memories and recordings of agriculture and everyday life, located near the original exhibits to illuminate the same tradition constituting valuable testimonials.