Anatolian Civilizations Museum Overview

Bestowed with the title of 'Museum of the Year' in 1997 in Switzerland, the Anatolian Civilizations Museum shelters a broad collection of interesting Anatolian archaeology items. Arranged chronologically from the old Paleolithic age to the modern-day, these exhibits form the major attraction of this museum.

Housing a number of figures and artefacts from the 1st Millenium BC, the museum offers its visitors a sneak peek into the rich history of Ankara and Turkey. In addition to collections of the Palaeolithic civilization, the Anatolian Civilizations Museum is also home to exhibits from various other periods of history including the Neolithic, Urartian, Hittite, Lydian, Phrygian, Chalcolithic, and Assyrian era. Immerse yourself in this historical tapestry as part of your Turkey holiday packages, unravelling the layers of Anatolia's compelling past.

Location: Kale, Gozcu Sk. No:2, 06240 Ulus/Altındag/Ankara, Turkey

Price: The entry fee for the Anatolian Civilizations Museum is 15 TRY

Timings: Anatolian Civilizations Museum is open for visiting from 8.30 AM to 6.30 PM, on all days.

Best Time to Visit: Throughout the year

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