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All reviews well worth a visit roman baths the air conditioning interesting artifacts on display local area turkish lira ancient city great place to visit old town turkey walk around statues coins sarcophagus history finds
Why have a Museum here that tells so little about the history of Side? Ironically this was the best part of the visit to this highly forgettable town, and a visit to the old town streets & rip-off shops is best avoided entirely
Visited here with my friend for a couple of hours. It really is beautiful and gives a great insight to Side's history. Half is open air and the other half is all housed within the walls of the ruins with welcomed air conditioning. If in...More
Cost was 18TL per person, spent a very enable hour and a half looking at the ruins and the artefacts inside. (Inside is air conditioned - very welcome). Amazing that some of these items are nearly 2000 years old. Statues and smaller items with descriptions...More
One morning we stepped inside this small but well organised museum. All the artifacts/statues etc were of interest and the air conditioning was most welcome! The lovely relaxing courtyard outside with shade was a winner too.
For a couple of Pounds it's worth the hour...More
Among the ruins is the museum which is quite quaint and has some seats with a view at the back and toilets. There are some good displays of glass, pottery and other artifacts from Roman times with a plethora of statues,
Went with family. Saw awesome pieces of history and learned lots of stuff. Very interesting and absolutely recommended for anyone even considering visiting a museum.
Not too big so very easy to walk through. Partially open air and partially inside.
The museum is small, but some of the artefacts are amazing but you do need to use your imagination as the museum layout isn’t great.
If this had been in London everything would have been behind glass and the lighting and information would have been...More