Antalya MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Bahçelievler Mh., 07050 Muratpaşa/Antalya Province, Turkey
- Timings: 08:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: 15 TRY
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
Antalya Museum - Review
Despite being one of Teurkey’s biggest and most important museums, the Antalya Museum still fails to display it’s thirty thousand strong collection in it’s thirteen exhibition halls. Nevertheless, these halls tell a terrific history of the Mediterranean and Pamphylia districts of Anatolia, afact which earned it the "European Council Special Prize" in 1988. The halls are divided by their respective categories, ranging from ancient coins and mosaics to sarcophagi and Islamic art. Statues of important people decorate the bulding, one of which is the statue of Plankia Magna, an extraordinary administrator who had helped much towards the improvement of Perge throughout that city's resplendent period. There’s even a children’s museum.
How To reach Antalya Museum by Public Transport
- Konyaalti Cad
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Things to Know Before Visiting Antalya Museum
84.89% of people who visit Antalya include Antalya Museum in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
43.09% of people start their Antalya Museum visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Antalya Museum
66.41% of people prefer walking in order to reach Antalya Museum
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Antalya Museum, Antalya Reviews
It should not be a priority unless you want to bring along kids with you. It was mostly empty. Some reviews suggest it is a must visit place in Antalya which is definitely not the case. Only go if you are really really interested in seeing some old stone stone statues and graves. There is a small entry fee. Just go there if you don't have anything else to do tbh.
Müzede arkeolojik eserler var. Heykeller, lahitler, rölyefler gibi. Antik paralar, antik seramik cam objeler ve gömü örnekleri görmek mümkün. Kapalı olduğu için görmediğim etnografya bölümü vardı. Ama Antalya gibi bir yerde arkeoloji müzesine başka eser konmamalı diye düşünüyorum. Bölge antik şehir dolu. Etnografya hatta nümizmatik müzesi ayrı olmalı. Heykel koleksiyonu kesinlikle görmeye değer. Bazı rölyef, heykel ve lahitler en üst seviye kalitede. Kişisel olarak düşüncem heykellerin orjinal emitasyonlarının yapılıp ait olduğu yerlerde sergilenmesi. Orjinal heykellerin tam profesyonel restorasyonlarının yapılıp müzede teşhir edilmesi yönünde. Marsyas heykelini tam haliyle görmek müthiş olurdu. Müzedeki hali bile harika. Tabi bunu yapabilecek anlayış ve beceriye sahip miyiz bilmiyorum.
A very good museum showcasing a wide range of artefacts, statues, and ancient remains from all over Turkey. Before you enter all bags are to be put in a locker for security (make sure you cover your pin). The entry fee is reasonable and there is a cafe and gift shop at the end of the route through the museum. There is quite a lot to see in the gardens too in terms of ancient building blocks. The audio guide unfortunately is not available in English, which would have added value to the experience.
The best museum in the south. It includes all the things found in ancient cities, amazing stuff to see. I was very impressed with the statues.
Great place! Helpful staff at the cafe. Great food. A tad expensive food but still great.