I have visited the Antalya museum during my trip to this Turkish coastal city. Museum is nice, easy to find, and the fee is OK, 36 TL for a person. You then walk alone surrounded by plenty of statues from the Roman period and also some sarcofagues, too. The pre-history is very…
First things first: If you wanna have the best price, simply buy your ticket there. We've paid a bit more than 70 TR (11 Euros) for two people and even though for me it was a little boring my girlfriend had a blast. Her being a photographer, she could take lots and lots of…
This museum is woinderfull and draws me back time and again. The sculptures are amazing, both in quality and number. From emperors to tombs. The dis[lays of ceramics and archaeology are also remarkable with such a wealth of detail.
An amazing number of statues from Perge make this worth seeing, and the huge number of sarcophagi. It was interesting to go to Perge later in the week to see where they'd all come from. Lots of very interesting chickens and peacocks in the garden were a nice surprise!
The staff were quiet abrupt and not very welcoming on the ticket desk. Didn't offer any information.Seemed like we were bothering them by been there. The museum is interesting but could be better and it would be boring for children. Would not not go again.