Erimtan Archaeology and Arts Museum

Kale Mahallesi, Gözcü Sokak No: 10, Altındağ, Ankara

Tue–Sun: 10.00–17.00, closed 31 December and 1 January

The Erimtan Archaeology and Arts Museum is a private institution devoted not only to showcasing Yüksel Erimtan’s collection of Anatolian archaeological artefacts but also to be centre of arts and culture.

A multi–purpose exhibition hall offers space for temporary exhibitions, musical concerts and scientific, cultural and artistic activities. The museum is a dynamic space with education programs designed for all ages, but especially children.The museum library provides a rich academic environment for researchers and inquisitive minds alike. One can find unique surprises at the gift shop, as well as culinary delights in the cafe.

Standing near the entrance to the historic Ankara Castle, the museum is housed in a newly renovated building whose scale and facade remain in line with its historic surroundings.

Since opening its doors in 2015, the Museum has aimed to contribute to and promote Turkey’s cultural heritage and to become a focal point in Ankara’s cultural and artistic life.

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