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Antalya Muzesi, Antalya
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
One of Turkey's largest museums, Antalya Muzesi showcases the history of the Mediterranean and Pamphylia regions in Anatolia through thousands of works of art. Founded in 1922, the museum's 13 exhibit rooms display 5,000 works. Each exhibit is dedicated to a specific theme, from natural history and prehistory to coins and ethnography. Wander from room to room to discover items as simple as arrowheads and as ornate as full-sized marble statues and sarcophagi from ancient civilizations. The museum is family-friendly and even includes a designated children's section, which displays antique kids' toys. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Antalya Muzesi by using our Antalya vacation builder.
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Though Antalya Museum may not compare to its peers in different parts of the world, it is still very rich in demonstrating what Anatolia has to share with us... The exhibits could be much more attract... read more »
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Antalya Museum is a must-visit when in Antalya. Unfortunately, the museum itself is a bit dingy. Exhibits are not curated well nor presented as well as they should be. There were numerous spelling mistakes on English-language information panels. Despite the shortcomings, I still recommend a visit.
Good museum of the region, and the city, across the ages. Descriptions in english as well as turkish, well worth a visit.
Amazing museum. Get the audio guide though
It's open whole the week tell 5pm except monday which it's closed. Very nice place to visit
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