The Museum of Ephesus is a display of works by civilizations that shed light on the history of Anatolia intertwined with art.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute, the Museum of Ephesus is a display of works of civilizations that shed light on the history of Anatolia intertwined with art. Ephesus Archaeological Museum is located in Selcuk, Izmir nearby the ancient city Ephesus. It was founded in 1929 to represent the fascinating harmony of valuable artifacts from ancient Greek, Helen and Roman culture, and a unique collection of archeology.
Formed as a repository of works of art in the early days, the building was converted into a museum in 1962 and opened to the public. This cultural place, which today is one of the most important museums in Turkey and Europe, immerses visitors in the beauty of art with its enchanting halls and rich displays.