Next to the Archeology Museum, the Ethnography Museum
contains folkloric artifacts, which include a fine collection of
Bergama and Gordes carpets, traditional costumes and camel bridles.
(Closed on Mondays).
The Ataturk Museum is situated on Ataturk Caddesi in an old
Izmir house used by the founder of the Turkish Republic. It
exhibits photographs of the leader as well as some of his
personal effects. (Closed on Mondays).
Fine Arts Museum, located in Konak, displays the works of
famous Turkish painters. (Closed on Mondays).
Seljuk Yasar Art Museum is a private museum on Cumhuriyet
Bulvari with a collection of 20th-century Turkish art. (Closed on
Natural History Museum in Bornova acts as a natural reserve
of the Aegean Region landscapes' historical preservation. (Closed on
Odemis Archeological Museum is about 60 km east of Izmir and
displays regional artifacts. (Closed on weekends).
Tire Archeological Museum is about 50 km east of Izmir.
(Closed on weekends).
Hotels, restaurants and cafes along the traffic in the harbor of
Cannakkale Strait offer a view of The Canakkale Archeological
The Kutahya Archeological Museum was a medrese in the 14th
century that now displays ethnographia, Roman and Byzantine relics,
and Iznik and Kutahya tiles / porcelains from the Ottoman times.
Ceramic Fountain, Kutahya
Lajos Kossuth, the 19th - century Hungarian hero, lived with his
family in what is now the Kossuth House Museum where relics
and documents related to Kossuth are now displayed.
The adjacent medrese or theological college to Muradiye Mosque in
Manisa, today houses The Manisa Archeological Museum.
Historically, Usak was
an important carpet weaving center and tourists find
The Archeology Museum informative and interesting.
The Kaftanci House Museum, together with
The Ataturk Ethnography Museum, displays wonderful Usak carpets
and kilims in Ataturk's former residence.
The Open-air Museum (Acik Hava Muzesi) is near the north
entrance of the town of Dinar, 100km south of Afyon.
The Archeology Museum houses an impressive collection of statues
and other finds recovered during th excavations at Ephesus.
Turkish Bath Museum, in a building from the 16th century, shows
Turkish life at the hamam (bath).
Near Seljuk is a TCDD Open-air Steam Locomotives Museum
displaying historical train cars in Camlik.
The Ataturk Ethnography Museum in the city center displays folk
art and ethnic artifacts.
In the village of Ozluce, a veritable-Open-air-museum east of
Mugla, is Turolian Park, where you can fid fossils that
geologists claim are 5 - 9 million years old.
Bodrum Archeological Museum houses artifacts and remains that
date as far back as the Bronze Age.