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Antakya Archaeological Museum

Ataturk Cd No:63 | Gündüz Caddesi No. 1, Antakya 31000, Turkey
+90 326 214 6167
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One of our favorite museums in Turkey!

Hatay's tourism is still currently very low and we had the museum almost to ourselves on a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lauren O
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Dahlonega, Georgia
Go!

If you like mosaics and history this museum is for you. A staggering display of mosaics and all... read more

Reviewed April 22, 2017
Throy
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Girne
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1 week ago
“One of our favorite museums in Turkey!”
Apr 22, 2017
“Go!”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Ataturk Cd No:63 | Gündüz Caddesi No. 1, Antakya 31000, Turkey
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+90 326 214 6167
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Hatay's tourism is still currently very low and we had the museum almost to ourselves on a Saturday. The museum was recently moved from its old location and that is why there are multiple archaeology museum "attractions" on this site. There are artifacts from the...More

Thank Lauren O
Reviewed April 22, 2017

If you like mosaics and history this museum is for you. A staggering display of mosaics and all for a paltry 15TL. Beautifully presented and displayed a must see in this historic city. (Second only to its big cousin the "Zeugma museum" in Gaziantep)

Thank Throy
Reviewed April 2, 2017 via mobile

Amazing museum. It was renewed and changed. If you like mosaics probably its the best. Also Gaziantep museum should be visited to complete. The people are helpful in the museum and you can have a coffee just by the museum. With some little touches it...More

Thank Yalçın K
Reviewed March 19, 2017

Never thought I would enjoy an afternoon looking round a museum but this place is amazing, if you're in Antakya GO

Thank kayaMidEngland
Reviewed February 2, 2017 via mobile

It is a perfect museum. I would strongly advise anyone who visit Antakya to go to this wonderful museum.

Thank Appde K
Reviewed December 4, 2016 via mobile

Simply awsome. For only 15 TL and kids free, you wont find anything in Turkey as good as this miseum. The museum is brand new. Money was not spared when building this place, it's gorgeous. No gawkers trying to sell you something or guides desperate...More

Thank FatherofIssac
Reviewed October 19, 2016 via mobile

Great! One should definitely visit once in Antakya. Extraordinary history exhibited with great efforts! Congratulations to the great team..

Thank Güven Ö
Reviewed September 13, 2016 via mobile

Allthough the Museum is incomplete, there is à lot to see. Since it is the number one museum on mosaics, it must be in your "must see" list.

Thank Fusy2015
Reviewed August 28, 2016 via mobile

Lots of great artifacts that are well-curated! Thorougly enjoyed our visit! Admission fee is only 15tl and its air-conditioned which makes it a great place to explore during the peak of the day!

1  Thank eysa21
Reviewed June 13, 2016 via mobile

Normally museums aren't great for kids but the air conditioning was great for all of us. This museum was primarily filled with greco-roman period artifacts with excellent displays of mosaics despite the botched reassembly of many of them.

Thank CasRijvers
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