The Ephesus Museum is an archaeological museum in Selcuk, Turkey.
It features archaeological artifacts dug up between 1905 to 1923. The collection comes mainly from the excavations in Ephesus, but also includes artifacts from the Temple of Artemis, Basilica of St John, and the Cukurici Mound. The galleries include Ephesus through the Ages, Hall of Ephesus Artemis, Hall of the Mother Goddess Cult, Hall of Imperial Cult, and Courtyard.
When visiting the museum, do not forget to check out the 3D simulation video of ancient Ephesus so you can have a clear vision of what the ancient site looked like. It is only 10 minutes long and can be watched in 3 languages: English, Turkish and German.Places nearby:
Ephesus: Well-Preserved Ancient City in Selcuk, Turkey 2 km / 1 mi
The Ruins of Ephesus: Ancient City Near Selcuk, Turkey 2 km / 1 mi
Temple of Apollo: Ruins Dedicated to the God of the Sun 63 km / 39 mi
Castle Bodrum, Turkey: The historic castle turned into Underwater Archaeology Museum 101 km / 62 mi
Bodrum Castle: Medieval and Ottoman Might 102 km / 63 mi