Tokat Museum

Even though the Tokat museum was founded and opened to the public in 1982, the first work to establish it was started in 1926. Tokat Museum's house is Gok Madras, built-in 1277 by Mu'in al-Din Parwana, who was the vizier of the Seljuq Sultan Kaykhusraw II. The museum consists of two sections, which exhibit archaeological and ethnographic works. The museum has a considerable coin collection and Roman-period tombs and sarcophagi. Moreover, in the archaeology section, Hittite clay tablets from Masat Hoyuk, bronze sculptures from the Roman age, and a sword from the Hellenistic age can be seen. A handwritten Koran of 1191 from the Anatolian Seljuks, crafts of Tokat during the Ottoman Empire, and more can be seen in the ethnography section.