Archeology Museum, Pamukkale

Once a Roman bath, the Archeological Museum is near the Antique Pool atop the travertines at Pamukkale.

If you’ve already visited the ruins of Hierapolis and the Roman theater, this is the next logical stop for anyone with a fairly lively interest in Roman archeology.

Hierapolis Archeological Museum, Pamukkale, Denizli, Turkey
The Archeological Museum at Pamukkale.

The admission fee for the museum is TL5.

The large building is a 2nd-century Roman baths and gymnasium made of local tawny travertine ashlars once covered with polychrome marble. One of the impressive barrel vaults fell in a 4th-century earthquake, and was replaced with one of brick.

Hierapolis ARcheological Museum, Pamukkale, Denizli, Turkey

—by Tom Brosnahan


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