Alanya museum was opened in 1967 and it is close to Damlataş beach. It is a two floor building whose first floor is used as archeological museum and second floor is used for management. Archeological Museum is one of the single-type projects in our country.
In addition to Etnographic artifacts from around Alanya and archeological artifacts, which were brought from Anatolian Civilizations Museum to present the chronology of Anatolia, local artifacts are also presented. There is a separate saloon for the statue of Hercules which is a symbol of Alanya Museum.
Alanya museum which was restored in 2013 has also been made accessible to the people with disabilities with is modern architecture.