Most visitors walk straight past the museum,don't take an hour and enjoy it.The museum is not huge but there are a lot of wonderful exibits plus it is housed in the old Roman baths.
this is a really nice little museum, interesting artifacts, information in English as well as other languages and helpful staff, it is fairly small compared to some museums but I find small museums better as there is only so much information I can absorb and remember at one time, Roman statues, heads, tombs, there is a fee to enter of... More
Certainly worth going in for a look as there is lots of interesting artifacts to see although you can see lots just dotted around the sand dunes which is free. Having said that the entrance fee is cheap and it doesn't take much of your time so worth a trip.
So much more was outside the confines of the theatre enclosure but was being ruined by tourist climbing all over the stones.Many just left in the sand to disappear or just sprayed with paint.pity could be made a lot more intresting but still worth the trip.
The museum is housed in one of the Roman bath complexes and the buildings themselves would be with a visit. The exhibits, mostly marble sculpture from the second century Roman period, give a good idea of the prosperity of Side in it's prime. The small items, jewellery and other personal items are fascinating and the cheeky cupids on the sarcophagi... More
Side Museum has a lot of wonderful statues and antiquities to look at, inside and outside, although it's decidedly a bit thin on the ground with explanation and background info. The whole experience would be far more interesting if they rectified this!
everything was good especially Apollonik Bar/Restaurant at the far end of the promenade next to the Temple-please ask to look at WINDOW
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