Burdur Museum

Burdur Museum is located in Burdur Province, in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. The museum was opened in 1956 and renewed in 2001. It is the home of more than 60 thousand artifacts that were brought together from the ancient sites of Hacilar, Kurucay, Hoyucek, Bourbon, Kibyra, and Sagalassos. It is an award-winning museum and has artifacts from the Neolithic Age to today. Giant statues of Emperor Hadrian and Marcus Aurelius, the dancing girls frieze, the 2nd BC sundial, the Satyr and Apollo statues founded during Sagalassos digs, marble statues from Kremna ancient city and ostotheks (small sarcophagi thought to be unique to Anatolia) are the well known artifacts of the museum.