Alanya Archaeology Museum, which has 14 closed and 1 open exhibition saloons, was opened in 1967 with objects that belongs Bronze Age, Urartin, Phrygian, Lydia which were taken from Ankara Anatolian Civilization Museum. The most important object in museum is bronze “Hercules” statue that has the dramatically story in 2nd century AD and exhibited in a different saloon.  There are antiques of bronze, marble, earthenware, glass and mosaic with rich ostotek (ash urn) and coin collection from periods of Archaic, Classic, Hellenistic, Roman, Bizantium in the museum. Turkish – Islamic monuments belonging to Seljuk and Ottoman Periods reserve an important place.