The Anatolian Civilization Museum in Ankara is a professional museum displaying the Anatolian civilization. Many precious stone carvings or rock paintings have been unearthed here, reflecting the wisdom and exquisite skills of the ancient ancestors. It also restored the life scenes at that time. It is a very important place to understand this civilization and it is worth visiting.
Very nice museum, built half way up the hill and really through the artifacts and artwork inside, very complete showcase of the local civilization history, I saw very carefully. Very good recommendation.
Ankara is also a city with a long history, allowing visitors to see its vicissitudes of life, its majestic and magnificent buildings, which are the crystallization of the wisdom of the ancient working people, and it is worth a visit.
The Rotating Dance of Antatoria is also very famous, the museum of civilizations has some history of the area on display, but some things are not read in words, so only to see the objects
What a wonderful timeline composed of thousands of cultural relics, helps you imagine the past and present of life, starting from the beginning of human history. It’s shown in Turkish and English, very good. But for my little head, it is difficult to combine them! Only God knows. It is worth seeing, the exhibits are abundant.
The museum exhibits a lot of locally unearthed statues. We can also see familiar figures of ancient Greek mythology such as Athena, Zeus, Apollo, and Hercules. Yes, the exhibition hall has added a lot of mythology, so it has changed. It is more attractive and looks very fashionable with the red wall. Worth seeing!
I like history, this museum makes me so satisfied. The collection is huge, and I feel very frustrated that I can’t stay here for a whole day. It is so amazing! You can clearly see the clay tablets from 3000 BC or even earlier, well preserved and worth seeing!
This is the best place to learn about the civilization that once lived on the territory of Turkey. Exhibits include the oldest known written contract, wonderful clay sculptures, 2000-year-old perfume bottles, and many more. The building itself is great, and the garden is also great. It's worth seeing!
Preston_Dominguez: Karaman Sk Necatibey Mh.， 06250 Ankara
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Ankara,Ankara kalesi,Museum of Anatolian Civilizations,Kocatepe Mosque (Kocatepe Camii),Ethnography Museum