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The Erimtan Archaeology and Arts Museum aims at sharing its collection of 2000 objects with the public as well as exhibiting Works from other private collections in a state of the art contemporary museum environment.
Gozcu Sokak 10 Numara | Kale Mahallesi, Ankara 06240, Turkey
There is a remarkable private collection of coins, seal stones, glass and ceramic objects unearthed in Turkey.
The place is also a concert venue for chamber music concerts planning two concerts in a month from October to the end of May titled "Music at the...More
This little gem right across from the main entrance to the Ankara Castle is a must-see. Most of the archeological artifacts are from the Roman era, although some go back to 3,000BC. Each item is beautifully displayed - the lighting, the display fixtures - everything...More
The price to get into the museum is minimal and there is so much to see. We spent a couple of hours here and loved all the treasures and the story they tell. There is a small coffee shop. it shows the beauty of the...More
This new and fantastic museum is the result of a hobby of an engineer, Mr Erimtan. He collected quite a lot of interesting and valuable items in his visits to various parts of Turkey.
The museum is next to the Castle and is extremely well...More
It is a private museum including very valuable collections from Roman life, feast symposiums, funeral goods, olden ring stones and seals. There was a special #scent and cities# exhibition when we visited prepared by a university member.
This is an amasing museum bulid in two old buildings. It is totally from a privat collction of one person. Old Greek and Roman treasures on exibiyion permanantly. There is also a nice caffe to grab something to eat. there is also a small shop...More
I visited this archaeological museum on a warm November day in 2017 with a blue sky.
The reception at the ticket counter was generous as I was politely told that because of my advanced years I should pay I reduced entrance.
The architectural design of...More
Very well organized beautiful new museum in the hearth of the castle and old town. The modern building itself worth visiting. Small size easy to stroll in a couple of hours modern museum. Easy to follow educating exhibition. Very good small museum shop and a...More