The museum is closed for repairs. No information on the website. Very bad publicity for an international tourist attraction! If we knew we could have saved a lot of money and time.
About Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology
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Fascinating artefacts from across the ages. Huge collection of Amphora from various countries and styles. Was lucky as most of the towers (Bodrum Castle) we’re open as well. Well presented and believe with a bit more understanding by the Turkish Government (Tourism) can be so...More
Fascinating site if you have any interest in archaeology. so many amphora. the museum is just part of a castle with many other exhibits, all are well described in English, trying to follow the numbered route around the site was a bit difficult, but well...More
Lots of stairs and good views. Lots of information with interesting facts. We spent a few hours walking around learning historical facts about sunken ships and their cargo and there are also examples of tools, armour and weapons that were used in the past.
First time I saw the old ancient boats very interesting and charming.Did not have the time to see the whole museum.
Great to walk through this beautiful castle and look through all the museum pieces it houses inside. Great value for a couple of mellow hours exploring
As part of our tour of St Peter's Castle this was included. They have three old ships from as early as 500 BC and the items they carried. It was a nice attraction but would not have paid extra
The Museum Of Underwater Archeology in Bodrum Visitors to Bodrum should start with the castle of Knights of John, which is a great witness to the amazing history of the castle. Thanks to efforts of Turkish and foreign scholars who carried out successful archeological digs...More