Bursa Archaeological Museum

The Bursa Archaelogical Museum was opened in a high school in 1904, and it was moved to its current building in 1972. The museum has a large artifact collection of over 20,000 items, of which 2,000 are on display. The collection spans the period from the third century BC to the Byzantine era. The Greco-Persian funerary stele, one of the three examples in the world, is the rarest piece in the museum. Plus, Roman-era stone artifacts and statues; Byzantine-era silver, bronze, and terracotta artifacts; and gold, silver, and bronze coins from the Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine periods can be seen in the exhibition. The museum is located in the Osmangazi district.