Ephesus Museum is 76 km (47 mile) far to  Izmir centurum. The Ephesus Museum is a local museum with a rich collection that is very important for the archaeology of Ephesus and Anatolia, consisting of artifacts brought mainly from the Ephesus excavations, the Basilica of St. John, the Belevi Mausoleum and the ruins in the neighbourhood. Artifacts displayed in the museum date from very different eras beginning from 4000 BC and including Prehistoric, Mycenaean, Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman periods. The artifacts are not displayed in chronological order, but in halls arranged according to the sites where they were found.

Should See

Hall of Slope Houses and House Finds
Hall of Fountain Finds
Hall of New Finds
Great Courtyard
Hall of Tomb Finds
Hall of Artemis of Ephesus
Hall of Emperor Cults and Portraits
Hikmet Gürçay Art Gallery
Small Courtyard and the Front Garden
Ethnographic (Arasta) Section

Open to the public between 08:30-17:30
Address: Atatürk Mah. Uğur Mumcu Sevgi Yolu, Selçuk – Izmir
Phone: +90.232. 892 6010
8 TL


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