The Călăraşi museum was founded in 1950. Between 1968 and 1987, it was a department of history and archaeology of the Ialomiţa County Museum. Since 1987, it has been a county museum of its own. The building is a monument of architecture from the end of the 19th century, housing a rich collection of archaeology: Neo-Eneolithic items (pottery, figurines), anthropomorphic figurines from the Roman period, and the collection of Roman lamps, Byzantine ornaments from Păcuiu lui Soare, ancient and mediaeval coins, as well as collections of ethnography, modern Romanian art and exhibits illustrating local history.
|1820||Lower Danube Museum. Archaeology and Treasure Department||Călăraşi||Călăraşi||Strada 1 Decembrie 1918 (la demisolul Consiliului Judeţean Călăraşi)||Arheologie||Map it|
|1721||Lower Danube Museum. Ethnography and Folk Art Department||Călăraşi||Călăraşi||Strada 1 Decembrie, bl. A17, parter (Arcadia)||Etnografie||Map it|