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Antalya Museum (Konyaaltı) Ticket

 

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All the history of Antalya is in this museum. Countless statues, coins, inscriptions, sarcophagi and many other artifacts from ancient cities are exhibited in this museum. Antalya, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world, is a city rich in history. This city has witnessed thousands of years of history before Christ. You can discover these artifacts from hundreds of different civilizations with Tripass. Antalya Museum was established in 1919 as a result of the long efforts of Süleyman Fikri Bey. Artifacts found in ancient cities and various excavation sites are under protection in this museum. Antalya Museum received the “European Council Museum of the Year” award in 1988.

 

Sections of the museum:

Children's Department; In this section, a different approach has been put forward in order to increase children's love for museums. The main works of ancient cities, models of Antalya's historical and natural beauties are exhibited in this section. Although its name is a children's section, it has also managed to attract the admiration and intense interest of adults.

Historical Nature and Prehistory Hall; Some animal fossils that lived in geological time and stone tools from the Stone Age are exhibited.

Ceramics Hall; There are ceramics used to put liquor, water, oil and perfume in ceramic pots, potties and religious ceremonies. There are different ceramic, glass and bronze structures from all ages, from the pre-Christian era to the present day. But the hero of this episode is the "Statue of Attis" made of bronze.

Hall of Emperors and Empresses; Welcome to the majestic hall of the museum. You will admire the statues made in the name of the most beautiful women and various rulers in history, from BC to Roman times.

Hall of Gods and Goddesses; The previous hall was majestic, but this is the most majestic and magnificent hall of this museum. Many statues belonging to the prominent God and Goddess mentioned in Greek mythology are located here.

Mosaics Hall; Mosaics found in Seleukeia, a Pamphylia city, are located in this section. “The Philosophers Mosaic” is the most striking work.

Hall of Heads and Portraits; The heads of some sculptures are exhibited separately. Head parts of many statues and various portraits are in this section.

F5 Fountain Hall; It is the section where the sculptures on the F5 Fountain and Batı Street in the Ancient City of Perge are exhibited. Apart from the statue of Athena and Aphrodite, there are 11 statues of Gods and Goddesses.

Perge Theater Hall; Reliefs and sculptures found in the Perge Theater excavations are located in this section. There are also depictions of theater scenes and friezes where Typhoon is portrayed. The most striking work is “Marsyas”.

Sarcophagus Hall; The sarcophagi found in this section belong to the 2nd century. There are the Sarcophagus of Medusa and the Sarcophagus of Heracles, which draws attention to the 12 missions of Heracles. In addition, the Aurelia Botiane Demetria Sarcophagus, the children's sarcophagus called Ostothek, the Stephanos Dog Sarcophagus and the remains of the heroon mausoleum of Pericles are also located in this section.

Coins, Small Artifacts and Icons Hall, Anatolian Seljuk Coins Exhibition Hall, you can visit all these structures with a single ticket thanks to Tripass. You can check the "Museums, Attractions & Tours" sections of the site to get discounted tickets to places to visit in Antalya and all provinces of Turkey. Don't wait in line for tickets with Tripass

 

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Hours & Schedule Hours & Schedule

  • Museum Visiting Hours : 08:30-17:30 Box Office Closing Time: 17:00.
  • Audio Guide is not included and can be taken from the entrance.
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  • You can check the "Museums, Attractions & Tours" sections of the site to get discounted tickets to places to visit in Antalya and all provinces of Turkey. Don't wait in line for tickets with Tripass. 
  • Purchase must be made at least 24 hours before the time of use.

• Expiry Date:  Valid For 60 Days.

• You can buy as many tickets as you want, use them for yourself and gift them to your loved ones.

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