Guray Museum, Avanos

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Guray Museum, Avanos - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Yeni mahalle Dereyamanli sok No:44 50500 Avanos, Avanos 50500, Turkey

Phone: +90-3845112374

Ticket Price: 3 TRY

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details

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The Guray museum is a little treasure of exceptionally good ceramic pieces with a heap of information to them. Each piece on display at the museum is unique and handmade. The museum also fills you in with a bit of history and has a workshop where you can try your hand at spinning clay. If you're into pottery and ceramics, you're bound to enjoy your visit here. If not, you'd at least love the rock carved building and beautiful displays.

Guray Museum Information

  • Guided tours are available.
  • Wheelchair access available.

How To reach Guray Museum by Public Transport

  • Train: Tcdd Train Station
  • Bus: Otobus Duragi Bus Station

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  • Definitely the best museum in Cappadocia. The historic part contains more interesting artefacts than the public museums. The collection of the contemporary art is also impressive.

  • Underground museum-like offers private crafts for sale. Inspite of that entrance for fees.

  • An underground museum specially created to house the extensive collection of the owner. Some very unique pieces.

  • It is a great place to visit

  • Turkish ceramics from ancient to modern times housed in a spacious underground cave museum. At the time we visited, there was also an exposition of paintings that featured Cappadocia on the walls. 10TL entry fee, as it's a private collection, but if you love ceramics you'll leave itching to take many of them home with you.

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