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I found this museum to be the most interesting of the three in Culture Park. It gave insights into the ancient history of Turkey via pottery and other artefacts. I particularly liked the well written descriptions (in English and Turkish) and the photographs of the sites from whence the items had been taken.
History and art because there are extraordinary objects that tell the story of very ancient civilization and culture on the eastern shores of the Egean sea. Potters date back to the neolithic age and the sculptures and the coins to a time when Rome still had to be founded. The large kültür park around the buildings is a peaceful area... 更多
We visited this museum as part of a ship's shore excursion for Izmir. The displays are all written in English and Turkish which was very helpful to us. The museum consists of three large galleries in separate buildings (statues, objects and ceramics). It will only take you about 1 to 1 1/2 hours to see it. There were some lovely... 更多
please visit this place if you are in izmir . you must see the place , i can tell you hours and hours on here , but you will forget my typing . so best to see by your own eyes so you will never forget. you will enjoy the memory
Not to be confused with Archeology musem, this one is located in Kultur Parki near the Parachute Tower (Izmir map in Lonely Planet guide doesn't indicate the correct position). If you've liked Archeology museum, try to visit this one, too. The exhibits are divided in three pavillons, the most interesting being the right hand one, housing an impressive antique sculpture... 更多
This museum is divided into three sections: statues, ceramics and precious objects (i.e. coins and jewellery). You can take photos in the first two sections. I was in the Archaeology Museum the previous day and though that this museum did repeat some of the info in the Archaeology Museum (right down to the wording on some of the info boards).... 更多
Only a few visitors when my wife and I were there. It is divided into three sections, coins, ceramics and sculpture. The coins held the most interest to us. Some of the oldest coins in the world. Only 5L entrance fee. Well worth it.