Well worth an hour of your time to look around. There are 2 inside floors and an outside area. The ground floor is archeology relating to Amasya, has good exhibits and is well labelled in English. The first floor has an Ottoman section and a very unusual mummy room with 5 or 6 mummies in it. A tad spooky! The outside has grave steels, marble carvings, columns and interesting stonework.
Well displayed and friendly staff.
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