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Camlik Locomotive Museum

Camlik Koyu | Ataturk Caddesi No 13, Selcuk, Turkey
+90 232 894 8116
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Camlik Koyu | Ataturk Caddesi No 13, Selcuk, Turkey
+90 232 894 8116
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Stopped here for lunch which was absolutely wonderful, very friendly staff ,plenty of food and drink . The staff took the time to chat and didn't hurry you at all. clean toilets. The trains are in the gardens attached to the restaurant , which made...More

Thank dormbase
Reviewed 30 March 2017

One-of-its-kind locomotive museum including historical trains and equipment. I didn't know that trains were so impressive machines, it is a journey to history to see and read about a century-old technology that changed the world. The museum has a large garden covered with flowers and...More

Thank kizilkedi
Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

Well what can I say, this was a welcome surprise! I'm not into steam trains, but we stopped here for a bite to eat in the restaurant located next door. As it cost only 1 euro to enter we thought why not? Plus the toilets...More

Thank AndyrooHartlepool
Reviewed 19 February 2017

Steam museum has many interesting exhibits including a Robert Stephenson locomotive. Restaurant inside but we ate opposite in nice local cafe.

Thank Charlotte S
Reviewed 21 November 2016

If you like trains this is worth a stop you won't spend long here but it's interesting for a short while.

Thank AlanBgood
Reviewed 11 November 2016 via mobile

Visited this museum when on a cultural tour of western turkey. Had no idea how good it was likely to be. Many steam locomotives from USA, Germany, France which haven't been restored so don't expect shiny painted engines. Range of old carriages too. There is...More

Thank Susies1403
Reviewed 10 November 2016

Some of our party were real enthusiast and will no doubt be going back for another viewing. The earliest on display was around 1889 a British small shunter or similar. There were approximately 50 trains in total. French, USA and British.

Thank Harry P
Reviewed 6 November 2016

If you like trains, this will be a great museum for you. So many locomotives to see and the grounds are impeccably maintained with lovely gardens. My husband is a train nut, so this was really special for him.

Thank SactoPerson
Reviewed 10 August 2016

We are planning a day out with two other places to visit. We want to go to this museum...How many hours would we need to get a good look at the place. We would not be eating there as we having having lunch at a...More

1  Thank Catherine B
Reviewed 6 July 2016

Everybody heads to Ephesus when they are in this area but make the effort to visit this fantastic venue. 40+ old trains including snow plough trains - beautiful gardens - fantastic restaurant. Even saw a newly married couple having their wedding photographs taken here. Spent...More

2  Thank ETelford
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