well worth a visit, alone or in combination with the site of effesus. We went after visiting efesus a couple of days earlier.The museum is situated on the other side of the main road from the main bus terminal and market site, and about 100 yards away but on the same side of the road as st johns basilica. the... 更多
The Ephesus Museum offers a deeper insight into the life and times of Ephesus, with descriptions about architecture, life, money, and some of the famous people connected to the city. This is the "up close" version of a visit to the ruins. The museum is inexpensive, yet excellent in terms of diversity and quality (both linguistic (TR, UK, DE) and... 更多
Thsi small museum is really important for fully experience of Ephesus. If you will visit the ancient city of Ephesus, you should definetly add a visit to that museum.
I have been told that Turkish people don't go to museums, and most tourists in Ephesus skip this one. That is a mistake. it is uncrowded (as in empty) and quite wonderful. Take the time to see it.
I went to this museum after visiting Ephesus, the Temple of Artemis and the Basilica. The video at the beginning of the exhibit was very helpful in visualizing what each of those sites once looked like. The museum is small enough to not be too overwhelming. The displays are well done.
Includes statuary as well as smaller excavated items from Ephesus. Nice museum and not so large as to overwhelm the visitor.
Artifacts, statures, jewellery from Ephesus. Nice to see it housed in one place. And…. there was a 3D video of what the city looked like in the past. Fantastic!!
There are some really great pieces in here and the museum is compact enough to go through in a timely manner. I'm not sure when it was renovated but the decor is nice and modern. Definitely worth a visit as part of a trip to Ephesus.
Like many others we visited after visiting the ancient city and found it most informative. The audio visual display (you have to wait for the English version to come round) really helps to visualise the city in it's heyday. The artefacts are well displayed although some of the signage is incomplete. The entrance fee is inexpensive and the bathroom facilities... 更多
This Museum is in a good location in the heart of Selcuk just across from the main bus station. It had just been renovated and it's amazing. There is an 11 minute movie (in English for me) that was great. Then the exhibits and artifacts are very well laid out and described. There are also exhibits outdoors so you go... 更多
This is worth a visit as an add on if you are visiting Ephesus and staying overnight in the area as we did. If not staying overnight, it would be hard to fit in on a day trip with the other sites. There are many interesting Ephesus artifacts here, including a whole exhibit of articles from the Terrace House section.... 更多
Ephesus is impressive, but requires a good imagination in many cases because a lot of what was there has been destroyed or hauled off to museums is Europe or the United States. The Ephesus Museum in Selcuk has a excellent collection of items from Ephesus and presents them in groupings as they would have appeared at the site. The highlight... 更多