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Izmir Bergama Museum

Izmir Cad. No:10/A | Hükümet Cad., Bergama, Turkey
+90 232 631 2883
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PERGAMUM MUSEUM Pergamum Museum, which was first launched as a depot on the acropolis, was opened... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Bodrum, Turkey
via mobile

in Bergama, worth visiting. Small lovely town. We spent few hours there. Museum was the place we... read more

Reviewed 18 November 2016
Aaa P
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Izmir Cad. No:10/A | Hükümet Cad., Bergama, Turkey
+90 232 631 2883
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

PERGAMUM MUSEUM Pergamum Museum, which was first launched as a depot on the acropolis, was opened as a museum in 1936. The museum houses artifacts coming from all the archaeological sites in the area and display them in chronological order. Starting from Early Bronze Age...More

Thank alinda301
Reviewed 18 November 2016

in Bergama, worth visiting. Small lovely town. We spent few hours there. Museum was the place we happy visited.

Thank Aaa P
Reviewed 16 June 2016 via mobile

It was raining and we entered in the last 15 minutes. They had plenty of beautiful figures. But I didn't like the inside lights too dark to see the details.

Thank osaka860
Reviewed 13 June 2016

Located right on the mail street and only 5 Tl enterance fee yet I was the only one there. Nicely set up with a small shop inside. I would recommend a visit

Thank rftu
Reviewed 24 January 2016

After visiting all the important sites of Bergama , do not miss this small museum. Many finds from the area are displayed here. The museum consists of a courtyard and two rooms and the displays are well done. The one room has statues and various...More

Thank Helena B
Reviewed 23 October 2015

A beautiful ancient city, so much history and different to others we've visited. Also very few other tourists. Highly recommend going with a guide, e,g, Nazim Udun of Tours by Locals. He brought it to life.

Thank coventrytravellers
Reviewed 22 September 2015

It's mid September and the temperature is Falling overcast and perfect for a trip to the akropolis at Bergama. The trip up by cable car is slow enough to see the sites and enjoy the view ,one way is enough as you can walk down...More

Thank Nick W
Reviewed 31 July 2015

Seems like a small museum but the content is immense... Went in just to tick off my list but was pleasantly surprised. The kids (12-22 yrs old) were entertained as well so definitely go visit. When we were there, it was middle of the day,...More

Thank Dilek M
Reviewed 7 July 2015 via mobile

Bergama is a region with a history of around 6 thousand years. But most findings start from 4th century BC which are displayed here. Bergama museum is inside the city. Any Bergama tour starts here and continues with Basilica which is also inside the city,...More

1  Thank bono06
Reviewed 25 June 2015

its all stolen , nothing much to see , just some stones and walls . if you want to see pergamon , go to berlin ,the pergamon museum has it all. thats the reason its the most visited museum in germany. ah and yes foreigners...More

Thank arambol0815
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