This is a very small yet very well kept and relatively rich museum. This museum, where the entrance is free, has two floors: entrance is dedicated to archeology whereas the second to ethnography. A full hour is sufficient to visit all. There is also an area for the children where they can draw pictures and play games. Important sculptures are displayed in the garden and on the back of the Museum, the Russian train which brought gold (as support) to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and his comrades during the Independence War is also displayed. Unfortunately there is almost no guidance in the museum in terms of written explanations or audio guides, so it's best to visit it with a local guide. But once you are in Kars, you should not miss this small yet satisfactory museum.
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