Alanya Archaeological Museum

The museum has two sections where archaeological and ethnographical arts are exhibited and it was opened for visitors in 1967. The inscription dating from 625 B.C. discovered around Alanya with writing in the Phoenician language is one of the oldest artefacts and is exhibited here. They also exhibite carvings from Roman, Byzantine and Islamic Times in the yard of the museum.

Alanya Archaeological Museum
Ismail Hilmi Balci Cd
tel. (242) 513 1228‎
Open Time : 09.00 – 18.00 Every day except Monday. Monday closed.


Atatürk's House and Museum

On 18 February 1935, the founder and the first president of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk visited Alanya. The house where he stayed was restored, furnished and opened to visitors as a museum in 1987. The personal possessions of Ataturk including photographs, a telegraph written by Atatürk addressing the people of Alanya and many other historical documents are exhibited in the museum. Also, the features of a typical house in Alanya are conserved allowing samples of ethnographical items peculiar to the region are exhibited.

Atatürk’s House and Museum
Sekerhane Mahallesi Azaklar Sokak
tel. (242) 513 3254
Admission is free at the Alanya Atatürk House and Museum. Open every day except Monday.