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Gordion Museum

Yassi Hoyuk Koyu Yassihuyuk Koyu, Polatli, Ankara, Turkey
+90 312 638 21 88
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I visited several times as a guide for the guests. Not so interesting, just a place, I thought... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2017
Ankara, Turkey
see the oldest mosaic in the world

Gordion was the capital of the ancient Phyrgia Civilization. If you are interested in history... read more

Reviewed 16 August 2017
Ankara, Turkey
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Yassi Hoyuk Koyu Yassihuyuk Koyu, Polatli, Ankara, Turkey
+90 312 638 21 88
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Reviewed 16 August 2017

I visited several times as a guide for the guests. Not so interesting, just a place, I thought there should be some other findings to be exhibited.

Thank EVEREST_12
Reviewed 16 August 2017

Gordion was the capital of the ancient Phyrgia Civilization. If you are interested in history, particularly Copper and iron ages, you should see Gordion museum. Gordion museum has a surprise for you. You can see the oldest ground mosaic made from pebble in this museum....More

Thank LycianUA
Reviewed 11 August 2017

I was shocked a how few visitors were on site. I realize that it is not easy to find this location, but this is such an historically important civilization that I would expect other visitors to be in the museum when I walked through with...More

Thank Reyjw
Reviewed 15 February 2017

We visited this museum and the Midas Mound at the same time. Due to the unrest in Turkey, tourism was so reduced they opened the museum and mound just for us to visit (8 people), and locked the doors again when we left. Truly unfortunate...More

Thank Ontario76
Reviewed 24 October 2016

The Gordion museum, as well as the tomb of Midas across the road and the excavations of Gordion are impressive and instructive.

Thank kdgarlipp
Reviewed 20 April 2016

This museum seems to be located in the middle of nowhere, about 70 km outside Ankara, but it is easy to reach with highway, and also the train to Polatlı can help you to get there. Ask the locals. You will be surprised. I would...More

Thank DrSincereTraveller
Reviewed 24 January 2016

The museum is small and has a small collection of Early Bronze and Early Phrygian pottery. Across from the museum is the Midas Tumulus. Outside the museum there is a small collection of large storage jars and a marble sarcophagus with intricate detailing,The storage jars...More

Thank Traveller0515
Reviewed 30 December 2015

If you are interested in history and archeology, it is worth to visit to Yassihoyuk. It is quite impressive. There are museum, tumulus, and the remnant of the ancient city.

1  Thank Ebru A
Reviewed 27 December 2015

So, Alexander was in Turkey when he slew the famous knot. This museum nicely unties the story. Also contains items typical of the era so browsing is pleasant. Small but focused museum. Time left to ready your copy of Bitter Tea !!

Thank Anise2014
Reviewed 16 September 2015

it was very exciting for me to see this museum. l was driving car to Afyon then suddenly l decided to visite Gordion. And a saw perfect human past in Gordion. You can see how people vere living yeras and years ago in this area...More

Thank Musa D
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