Hasret Has Over! Museum and Ruins Opened to Visitors

The longing is over, the places of Muze and Oren are more secure.
The longing is over, the places of Muze and Oren are more secure.

Turkey's transfer to future generations the unique historical and archaeological value of museums and historical sites in drought finally ended melting.


Due to the coronavirus epidemic, museums and ruins that have closed their doors for 3 months to visit are now safer.

The Ministry of Culture and Tourism started accepting visitors by taking all precautions against coronavirus as of 1 June.

The Ministry told its visitors with a short video that shared security measures taken in museums and ruins.

Emphasizing that all areas open to contact are periodically disinfected, the Ministry showed its disinfection activities to the audience with the shots it took in museums.

In the images of the Ministry stating that warnings and information are placed in the entrance and exhibition areas of museums and ruins, all visitors are admitted by remote contactless fire measurements by people wearing special protective clothing at the main entrances.

Contactless Ticket System

In the museums and ruins where there are mops on the main entrances and contactless disinfectant dispensers on the interior, the staff will also serve with masks and gloves.

The Ministry, which allows visitors to enter with a barcode without going to the box office www.muze.gov.tr address will be reached with a QR code and will allow purchasing of e-tickets and Müzekart. Ticket and e-ticket checks will be carried out without contact with private terminals.

Audio guides will be available on the mobile phones of visitors with the "Voice of Museums" application.



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