This lovely art-nouveau pavilion at the southern end of Zdraviliški trg was built in 1904. Today it's home to a couple of hum-drum boutiques.
- Victory Monument
In Mestni Park, the Victory Monument is an impressive stone grouping Yugoslav Partisans and Soviet soldiers, a rarity in modern Slovenia.
- Little Castle
This renovated yellow mansion was the erstwhile home of the Salzburg bishops and a number of aristocratic families over the centuries.
- Water Tower
The Water Tower, built between 1451 and 1473, is part of the city wall and ramparts. Many of the blocks used are of Roman origin.
- Mihelič Gallery
This gallery, inside the Drava Tower, hosts temporary exhibitions of modern art.
- Provost’s House
On the northern side of Slovenski trg are several interesting buildings, including the 16th-century Provost’s House.
- Ptuj City Gallery
Ptuj's newly opened city gallery concentrates on contemporary art with a particular emphasis on local artists.
- Town Hall
Behind the plague pillar in Glavni trg is the Town Hall, built in 1565 by Venetian craftsmen living in Styria.
- Old Town Hall
Ptuj's baroque Old Town Hall is one of several interesting buildings on the northern side of Slovenski trg.
- Late Gothic House
The Late Gothic House, dating from about 1400, has an unusual projection held up by a Moor's head.
- Peruzzi Portal
Ptuj castle’s Renaissance Peruzzi Portal (1570) adorns the castle approach from Grajska ulica.
- St Florian Monument
This monument to St Florian (1745) stands in the northwest corner of Mestni Trg.
- Ugly Duckling Gallery of Erotic Art
Located in a former peep show, this gallery exhibits erotica-related art.
- Town Hall
This odd neo-Gothic town hall, on Mestni Trg, dates to 1907.
- Defence Tower
This tower on the city walls dates from the 16th century.
- Church of St Anne
This small brick church dates from 1804.
- Church of St Lawrence
This small whitewashed church, with a frescoed ceiling, is on the road leading to the castle.