Alanya Archaeology Museum
Museum, which has 14 closed and 1 open exhibition saloons, was opened in 1967 with objects that belongs Bronze Age, Urartin, Phrygian, Lydia which were taken from Ankara Anatolian Civilization Museum. The most important object in museum is bronze “Hercules” statue that has the dramatically story in 2nd century AD and exhibited in a different saloon. There are antiques of bronze, marble, earthenware, glass and mosaic with rich ostotek (ash urn) and coin collection from periods of Archaic, Classic, Hellenistic, Roman, Bizantium in the museum. Turkish – Islamic monuments belonging to Seljuk and Ottoman Periods reserve an important place.
Atatürk House and Museum
It is unknown certainly about the date of building history which is estimated that belongs to the term of II. Constitutional Period. When Atatürk visited Alanya in 18th February 1935, he stayed in this house which was donated to Ministry of Culture and Tourism by owner of house, Rıfat Azakoğlu.
Azakoğlu City Museum
Located in Şekerhane Neighborhood and assigned to Alanya Municipality to use for cultural aims by its owners, Azakoğlu House is one of the best example in traditional Alanya Houses. Both its integrity in plans and details of decoration are spectacular. Spatial comfortableness and relations between spaces, easy movement and its simplicity forms to the house’s characteristic. This registered structure, which is one of the best examples standing, is aimed transforming as the city museum by holding the past and future together and contributing conservation of the city identity to in order to form the city memory.