Ephesus Archaeological Museum

Ephesus Archaeological Museum

Recently reopened after renovation, this museum houses artefacts from the Temple of Artemis, findings from the Cukurici Mound and items from the Hellenistic and Roman periods. Guests can view fascinating videos of Ephesus complete with animations and reconstructions. The museum holds eight exhibition halls.
Panormos Hotel
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Altinkum, Bodrum Area

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64.0 Km to Ephesus Archaeological Museum

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Mutlu Apartments
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Altinkum, Bodrum Area

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65.2 Km to Ephesus Archaeological Museum

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Altinkum, Bodrum Area

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65.2 Km to Ephesus Archaeological Museum

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Temple of Artemis

Temple of Artemis

Bodrum Area

This famous temple, dedicated to an ancient fertility goddess, was once described as one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Now its ruins make for an educational and awe-inspiring day out and guests can...

2.1 Km to Ephesus Archaeological Museum - Map

İsa Bey Mosque

İsa Bey Mosque

Bodrum Area

One of the most intricate and delicate examples of Seljukian architecture known to exist. This mosque was constructed between 1374 and 1375 and unlike previous styles was asymmetrical. An inscription from the...

2.4 Km to Ephesus Archaeological Museum - Map

Basilica of St. John

Basilica of St. John

Bodrum Area

This majestic basilica was constructed during the reign of Emperor Justinian between 527 and 565 AD. Originally, it was in the shape of a cross and protected by six grand domes. Guests can wander the courtyards...

2.5 Km to Ephesus Archaeological Museum - Map