We are planning a day out with two other places to visit. We want to go to this museum...How many hours would we need to get a good look at the place. We would not be eating there as we having having lunch at a different location. We are a group of adults, teenagers and a 4 year old. Many... 更多
Everybody heads to Ephesus when they are in this area but make the effort to visit this fantastic venue. 40+ old trains including snow plough trains - beautiful gardens - fantastic restaurant. Even saw a newly married couple having their wedding photographs taken here. Spent a whole morning here.
I discovered the place while I was driving, it is an amazing place to visit, you can feel the spirits and stories of these trains. I took my kids there and they just loved it. They spent the whole day talking about it. My advise is to give it a chance.
The Train Museum is set in fabulous gardens with a lovely restaurant and plenty of trains. Wedding take place on site and it is really easy to undertand why. A lovely experience which we both enjoyed very much. We went back twice in a week we were so impressed.
A really nice area full of all these old locomotives. Fun to see this little pocket from the past. My 8 year old son was especially impressed with the old wagon Atatürk had used. We were able to see the table where he held meetings and ate dinner, but also the bed he used while travelling.
A very worthwhile place to visit. Been here many times but it has been improved in more recent years. The usual gift shops etc have appeared but you can have a nice meal in the garden and see some great old trains. Truly some great history and a nice way to pass an hour or two. Easily accessible from Kusadasi... 更多
On our way to our hotel we passed by this museum and decided to give it a try the next day and that was definitely worth it! It's a huge collection of steam trains ranging from late 19th century to 1949. You can climb into all of them and in most passenger sections as well. A lot is left as... 更多
We decided to visit the Camlik (pronounced 'Chamlik') as we were in Kusadasi and my husband had wanted to see the museum for some time. Don't take a taxi (far too expensivie), you can travel quite easily to the museum by local bus (they look like minibuses). From the port, cross over the road and take the number 5 bus... 更多
Over 60 huge steam engines from all round the world, including USA, the UK Sweden etc. The museum is 20Km from Kusidasi in a small village. Best to take a cab from Kusidasi but don't take one right by the cruise port - way too expensive. We walked further into town and picked up one for around 250 lire for... 更多