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The Maritime Museum of Bodrum The Maritime Museum of Bodrum has recently opened at the Old... read more

Reviewed 15 September 2017
Bodrum, Turkey
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BODRUM MARITIME MUSEUMWhile it’s ram home our archive of the Maritime History of Bodrum, providing new objects, historical documents and pieces to be carried from today to the future;presenting the first ‘Bodrum type’ model boats used in Bodrum for...more
Carsi Mah. Old Bedesten Building, 48400, Turkey
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It took us like an hour to move around the place, it is very interesting place to visit if you would like to know a bout the Marin and the sea life , This place has thousands of seashells and boats from all different sizes....More

Thank Tasaber
Reviewed 15 September 2017 via mobile

The Maritime Museum of Bodrum The Maritime Museum of Bodrum has recently opened at the Old Bedesten in Çarsi district of the town. The two-floor museum gives information about the maritime history of the Bodrum Peninsula and houses a great collection of sponge diving equipment,...More

Thank alinda301
Reviewed 29 October 2016

This is a hidden gem ...look for the PTT and it is located slightly hidden away on the opposite side of the street . It is a modern building on two floors .Ground floor full of beautiful model ships and information about the history of...More

Thank Kati8
Reviewed 8 October 2016

You must visit there to see realy good way to show Bodrum histoury It is at the center of town, walking distance.

Thank ZaferBodrum
Reviewed 12 February 2016

we visited this little museum on a rainy winter afternoon and were transported back in time for two hours without taking a breath! The ground floor has lots of models of old Bodrum boats plus big plaques on the walls in Turkish with good English...More

Thank Sara W
Reviewed 29 October 2014

A recent and excellent small museum. Though on most of the free town maps and is signed, the signs are not too obvious, you may need to ask a time or two for assistance - it is easily overliooked. It is just behind a large...More

1  Thank FandRD
Reviewed 4 September 2014

It`s not a big museum, but it`s very interesting for those who love boats in general. The shell collection is amazing, probably the best I have ever seen. The minireplicas of Turkish boats and gullets are of excellent quality.

1  Thank Emanuel S
Reviewed 30 May 2014

After you looked at shipwreck archaeology in the Castle, get yourself over to the Maritime Museum. It is the best: it covers 2 stories in a gorgeous building, is supported by the local businessmen (mostly the Goulette-building industry). Lots of ships models and displays documenting...More

Thank Vicki J
Reviewed 20 February 2014

Has a vast amount of sea shell collections. Lots of things to see, including models of old fisherman and their boats. Watch the movie and it will save you having to read everything. I walked around in circles looking for the place as it is...More

Thank CleoCairo
Reviewed 23 September 2013

The Bodrum Maritime Museum actually has three parts to it. One is the models of ships/boats used by Bodrum's seamen. Although the pictures of the fishermen were of more interest to us than the models themselves, but I am sure boating enthusiasts would enjoy them....More

Thank ddevronn
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