Fethiye Museum

Fethiye Museum information

Fethiye , Turkey
505 Sokak
+90 252 614 1150
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admission ₺5
Opening hours
8am-7pm mid-Apr–mid-Oct, to 5pm mid-Oct–mid-Apr
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Focusing on Lycian finds from Telmessos as well as the ancient settlements of Tlos and Kaunos, this museum exhibits pottery, jewellery, small statuary and votive stones (including the important Grave Stelae and the Stelae of Promise). Its most prized significant possession, however, is the so-called Trilingual Stele from Letoön, dating from 338 BC, which was used partly to decipher the Lycian language with the help of ancient Greek and Aramaic.

Also here is a mosaic from Letoön's temple of Apollo featuring a lyre, a bow and arrow and floral centre. The garden surrounding the museum contains an excellent lapidary of mostly Lycian sarcophagi and Roman tombstones, some of them portraying early Christian symbols and angels.