Çanakkale Arkeoloji Müzesi

Museology activities began in Canakkale time of Ataturk. 1936 has started with the collection date of marble and stone artifacts in Victory Square, the Museum Directorate in 1965, again in an annex of the church which was established in the same square. 19th century. Çanakkale in recent issuing abroad most of the artifacts found by excavations in the ruins of many ancient cities, a small fraction of the speed of the Çanakkale Museum a portion of the remaining Frank Calvert's collection in Turkey, which also makes third period excavations in the years 1932-1938 in Troy Carl The collection of the Museum by bringing a portion of the Çanakkale Troia blegen the works begin to form.

Rich finds unearthed in 1959 after Dardanos tumulus would be one of the most important discoveries in the history of Çanakkale Troia. Dardanos tumulus and Bozcaada 'also, as a result of the important findings presented in the necropolis of the ancient city of Tenedos this day is planned museum building. The new museum building was completed and opened to the public in 1984. The works in the museum moved to the new museum at the Victory Square.

Çanakkale in the museum; Artifacts from the surrounding area and the ancient city of Çanakkale is exhibited considering chronological order. 12,747 archaeological artifacts, 15,237 coins and 2,714 ethnographic work is under protection.

Visiting Hours: 08:30 to 12:30 every day except Mondays / 13:30 to 17:30 hours to visit is open.

Vacation Day: Monday

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

Museum / Ruin Info Box
Locationİzmir Caddesi
Entry Fee5 TL Entry Fee Table
Visiting Hours
Summer Term08:30 - 17.30
Winter Term08:30 - 17:30
Museum Pass Sale PointNo
Audio GuideNo
Museum StoreNo