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All archaeology museums must be visited in Anatolia because a history goes back to B.C.13000 in Göbekli Tepe/Şanlıurfa.Depending excavations the history will go to B.C.14000 or more.This museum is unique with God Teşup of Hittite Culture and not an archaeology but also etnograpy items
This is a great little museum and a bargain at TL6.
This relatively small museum has lots of interesting exhibits showing local transition from Neolithic times until the Ottoman period. Pottery, jewellery, tools, burials and mummies. Everything is well presented and signs are in Turkish...More
In this trip, we probably visited close to 10 museums across Turkey.
There is so much history ‘hidden’ here.
I encourage to get a local English speaking tour guide... the tourism office Explore Tokat can help you if you contact them.
A lovely, compact museum about the history of Amasya from the Neolithic period to the Ottomans.The exhibits are very well displayed, in chronological order, with good explanations in two levels of the museum. The display of mummies on the second floor of important political figures...More
The museum has indoor galleries in two floors and an open air display outside next to it. Outside are some Roman era tombs on display. There is this building which houses the mummys from some rulers of Amasya and their family members. These are good...More
Not bad at all, its nice to squeeze the place into your schedule while visiting amasya. They’ve got a great collection loved the ottoman upper part the most and the mommy room just “OMG” cant forget what i saw in the mommy room. 5TL entrance
Great little museum, really nicely layed out. The mummies made me feel a little sad, there are small children mummies and mummified parts of small children in the collection, and this is the first time that I've seen bodies or body parts layed out in...More