Muğla Museum, located close to the center, is one of the leading cultural attractions of the Aegean. Surrounded on a wide scale by stunning values of many phases of history, the museum features a courtyard with sculptures found in the ancient settlements of Stratonikeia, Cedrae and Lagina, three exhibition areas and a large art gallery.
A large number of animal and plant fossils dating back 9 million years can be seen in the museum, where stunning traces of extinct creatures can be witnessed. The numerous findings that indicate that living species such as rhinoceros and giraffagils lived in Mugla in ancient times also bring a rare museum experience.
The ethnography collection of the museum exhibits clothing and items with an emphasis on recent history about Muğla and its surroundings. Thus, daily routines, farming and livestock activities, etc. information about the past life can be obtained in relation to the fields.
Muğla Museum also showcases works from the Greek and Roman periods.
As a result, an in-depth experience of the city's dazzling history awaits you in these vast expositions in the restored historic building.