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Medusa Cam Eserler Muzesi

Sefer Pasa Mah. Sakir Sokak No:9 - 11, Gaziantep 02740, Turkey
+90 342 230 3049
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lovely small museum

If you are interested in glass this is well worth a visit. It's a very extensive personal... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2017
Tim_Bright
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Istanbul
Small but nice place to visit.

that museum is an old Anatolian house. you can consider it as a small museum but still inside many... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2016
Halil E
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Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey
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  • Excellent27%
  • Very good33%
  • Average31%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible5%
12 Apr 2017
“lovely small museum”
13 Oct 2016
“Small but nice place to visit.”
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Sefer Pasa Mah. Sakir Sokak No:9 - 11, Gaziantep 02740, Turkey
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+90 342 230 3049
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Reviewed 12 April 2017

If you are interested in glass this is well worth a visit. It's a very extensive personal collection, and presented in a simple, attractive way. There are some amazing pieces in the collection, including some interesting ancient glass medical instruments.

Thank Tim_Bright
Reviewed 14 October 2016

that museum is an old Anatolian house. you can consider it as a small museum but still inside many things to see. i like it. but need better advertisements.

1  Thank Halil E
Reviewed 5 August 2016 via mobile

I found this museum by mistake while heading to the Kalesi. Relatively to the price paid which was 4 TL, i think it was worth it. It's a very small museum, a unique one and there's a coffee shop inside. Ps: the gift shop inside...More

Thank Ntrlwll
Reviewed 9 January 2016

This city has an inflation of museums... they are everywhere and unfortunately very few of them are successfull and at satisfactory level. This glass museum is relatively interesting: you can not only see a private glass collection but also watch glass artists shaping the glass...More

1  Thank TubaKoseogluOkcu
Reviewed 30 October 2015

It is anew museum and not all the stuff is glass. If you are expecting ancient history of Murano you won't find it.

Thank free430
Reviewed 4 September 2015

It is a small museum where you can get to see interesting findings from ancient times (glass, metal and ceramics...)

Thank Carel K
Reviewed 19 January 2015

Not only there is a serious colleciton of glass but an amaz Ng collection of antiquity on about almost everything. What an impressive private museum.. Do not miss

Thank wandererdervish
Reviewed 3 December 2014

Very interesting findings were displayed. But should be extended with more pieces. Amazing little pool in the closed garden. we had good rest duing the visit here.

Thank Anubis61
Reviewed 20 May 2014

A privately owned small showroom like space situaed in various floors of an old, small building. The way objects are exhibited is not very professional, you feel the amateur spirit.Avoid visiting it after Zeugma Mosaics museum visit, you may not get the taste

1  Thank localguyinturkey
Reviewed 13 May 2014

To be honest we werent considiring to visit this museum. We had spare time so we found ourself in this private museum.I am glad we went there they have very interesting items including children toys from ancient times. As well as glass items they also...More

1  Thank Yuksel W
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