In the Agriculture Hall, are displays of some basic agricultural activities common for the Plovdiv region and the Rose Valley – grain production, vegetable production, viticulture and winemaking, tobacco production, production of rose oil, etc. Various agricultural tools can be seen here – ploughs, sickles, pickaxes, as well as a primitive planter for vines used in the middle of the 19th century and a special mortar for cutting tobacco. Of greatest interest is the interior of the rose distillery – with vessels of different shapes and functions for rose water and rose oil, as well as a distillation pot from 1876, donated by Lady Emily Strangford.