Timings : April to October: Tuesday to Sunday: 8:30 AM - 7:00 PM, Monday closed
November to March: 8:30 AM - 4:45 PM every day
Entry Fees : TL 5 along with the entrance fee to Pamukkale which is TL 110
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The Hierapolis Museum or the Denizli Hierapolis Archeology Museum is located within the Aegean Region above the travertines in Pamukkale. It was built on the site of a former Roman bathhouse and is home to many artefacts dating back to Antiquity.
The museum is divided into three sections: the Small Artifacts Gallery, Statues and Sarcophagi Gallery and Theatre Ruins Gallery. It also comprises a garden section, treasury and gymnasium. Some notable exhibits include ancient idols from the Bronze Age, intricate metalwork from the Hellenistic period and jewellery from the Roman and Byzantine empires. Others are coins from the 6th century to the Ottoman Empire, pedestals, statues, inscriptions in Latin, stonework on sarcophagi, earthen cups, gravestones, sculpted reliefs and more. There are carved capitals and columns towards the left of the entrance too. These exhibits were mainly found in the ancient cities of Tripolis, Laodicea, Arruda, and Colossae and at the archaeological sites of Caria, Lydia and Pisidia.
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