Antalya Museum Tour

Antalya Museum
Antalya Museum, which was opened in Kaleiçi Yivli Mosque in 1922 to exhibit the artifacts rescued from the invaders during World War I, was moved to its building in 1972 on Konyaaltı Street, a 5-minute walk from Konyaaltı Beach and Atatürk Park. Covering an area of 30,000 square meters, the Antalya Museum hosts thousands of historical artifacts unearthed during excavations in Pamphylia and Pisidia in its 14 exhibition halls.
Antalya Museum, which has an open-air section in its large garden where you can see Lydian sarcophagi, Roman columns and sculptures from the Hellenistic period, has won many international awards with its well-organized collections. In Antalya Museum, which will take you on an unforgettable journey in Anatolian history, the natural history hall, ceramic artifacts hall, emperors hall, gods hall and mosaic hall are among the places you must see.