Antalya Museum Overview

There are many tourist destinations, but the Museum is one of the places to visit in Antalya2 to enjoy and learn from the past. The Antalya Museum is spread over an extensive area of 30,000 sq. ft. with 13 capacious halls, an open-air art gallery, laboratories, repair shops, administrative offices, living quarters, and a cafeteria.

The halls are categorized and named based on the type of artifacts displayed as Prehistory Hall, Sarcophagus Hall, Icons Hall, Emperors and Gods Hall, Hall of Coins, Children’s section, etc. Tooth & Skeleton of Neanderthal human beings, ceramic art pieces from 12th B.c – 3rd B.C., figurines of Zeus and other Gods, Portrait Statues of Roman Emperors, mosaics & icons of Antalya, ethnographic art pieces, and children’s toys and ancient money boxes leave visitors dazed and gratified. xplore these fascinating collections as part of the best itinerary for Turkey, where each hall unfolds a unique chapter in the rich tapestry of Turkish history and culture.

Location: Bahçelievler, Konyaaltı Cd. No:88, Muratpaşa /Antalya, Turkey

Entry Fee: The entry fee is TRY 20 (Rs. 236.16) per person.

Timing: Open on all days 

- Summers (April –Oct): 9:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

- Winters (Nov-March): 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Best Time to Visit: The most preferred time to visit Antalya Museum is between 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

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