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Afrodisias Museum

Geyre Kasabasi | Karacasu Merkez, Karacasu, Turkey
+90 256 448 8086
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One of the best collections of roman sculpture exhibits in Turkey. Absolutely beautiful and very... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Георгии Д
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This place is spectacular

It is one of its kind. World's biggest open air ancient museum. I enjoyed each single detail. It's... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2017
Attami A
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Geyre Kasabasi | Karacasu Merkez, Karacasu, Turkey
+90 256 448 8086
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

One of the best collections of roman sculpture exhibits in Turkey. Absolutely beautiful and very impressive.

Thank Георгии Д
Reviewed 30 June 2017 via mobile

It is one of its kind. World's biggest open air ancient museum. I enjoyed each single detail. It's a must, visiting this place.

Thank Attami A
Reviewed 3 May 2017 via mobile

Perfect place!the one who does not see this museum should not say he lives the life!perfect ancient museum i have ever seen

Thank Snmghr B
Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

A fantastic museum co-located on the Aphrodsias City site It consists of both an old and new museum which is now air conditioned. (So you can also get out of the sun for a while) There is so many statues, freezes and reliefs, it is...More

Thank AndyrooHartlepool
Reviewed 14 March 2017

This historical area has been discovered by a famous photographer AraGuler by chance when he was passing through a village located in this area. He has noticed that the stones used for the walls of the houses looking like the stones of the ancient Romen...More

Thank ESMAIstanbul
Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

Most of the historical sites I've visited are badly reconstructed and lack information. This site is pleasantly different. Well excavated and carefully rebuilt, with clear signage and a short informative text on each of the main areas. You must visit the stadium, it is fantastic....More

Thank HandsomeBuck
Reviewed 7 February 2017

Scholars have been working on this for hundreds of years, and it is no where near finished. There is so much to study and learn. the smaller pieces inside are protected from the elements (and people) and are well worth a visit!

Thank Ontario76
Reviewed 26 December 2016

A must visit if you want to have a feel of the ancient life and art. The amount of statues discovered in Aphrodisias is just unbelievable. Because of the fact it was build, lost and discovered on that very same spot, makes it more alive,...More

Thank serzagr
Reviewed 21 December 2016

We began our tour of Aphrodisias around the site itself, surely one of the best ancient city sites we have visited over many years, certainly up with the magnificent Turkish Aegean coast cities like Ephesus and Pergamon. See my review of the city itself. We...More

Thank Kingsley F
Reviewed 6 November 2016

We really enjoyed our visit to Afrodisias and are very surpised that it is still waiting for UNESCO listing. It has everything - history, abundant ruins in very good state, huge stadium in untouched condition and finally a relatively new museum containing relevant finds excellently...More

Thank BobandJosie
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