Amasya Müzesi

In 1925, Sultan Mehmet II. Beyazit Mosque complex part of the madrasah building of two rooms in a small number of the collected archaeological artefacts and Islamic Period mummies brought together before a "Museum Store" was created.

Then, as a result of the need for new spaces will be proliferation and exhibited works, dated 1962, it was moved to 1266 Gökmedrese the monumental works of the Seljuk Mosque. Voluntary official servants managed the museum until 1958, it has been converted into a Museum Directorate in June of the same year.

22 In March 1977 moved to its present building; then rearranged and all works were exhibited in chronological order, it was opened in 1980.

11 archaeological sites belonging to different civilizations, ethnography, coins, stamps, manuscripts and mummies, including around the region with work about yirmidörtb as the most modern and richest museums in our country serves the culture and tourism.

In the basement of tank museum building is a three storey, laboratory and other service units, downstairs snack bar and lounge and a small exhibition hall, upper floor is archeology, there are two big halls in which coins and ethnographic artifacts. Sultan I. In the garden stone works are exhibited mummy of Ilkhanid period in 6 Massoud Tomb.

Vacation Day: None

Toll museums are closed or half an hour before closing time.

Museum / Ruin Info Box
LocationAtatürk Cad. AMASYA
Entry Fee5 TL Entry Fee Table
Visiting Hours
Summer Term09:00 - 19:00
Winter Term08:00 - 17:00
Museum Pass Sale PointNo
Audio GuideNo
Museum StoreNo