Troy Museum

The museum is situated at the entrance of the Ancient City of Troy. It has 11,200 square metres of total indoor area of which 3,000 square metres is the exhibition space. Museum’s exhibit starts as you walk down the ramp. The alcoves along the ramp contain tomb stones, large sculptures, animations and oversized photographs that depict the various layers of Troy. The museum presents Troy City’s excavation layers, the excavation history and the findings from Troas region, aided by interactive elements. The Treasures of Troy gold section, Roman sculptures and Polyxena Sarcophagus are some of the prominent artefacts in the museum. The open terrace at the top floor offers magnificent views of the land of Homer and the Dardanelles. You can also appreciate the stunning panorama of Troy National Historical Park and the Culture Route from here.

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