The Nidai Museum well displays the archaeological discoveries of Acemhoyuk, an ancient Assyrian city near Aksaray. Engravings from the Hittite and Phrygian eras to the Roman city Tyana, 23 kilometers southwest of Nidai. There are also several mummies on display. Among them is the mummy of a blonde nun, which was discovered in the Serpent Church in the Ukhra Gorge in the 1960s.
You can only enter once a day. I went to the museum with my mother and friends. There are often various exhibitions here, which is very nice
The Nidai Museum is one of the most important libraries in Central Anatolia, with three large exhibition halls, a professional library, a modern conference hall and an exhibition room.
The museum is recommended by the tour guide when traveling freely. It uses scientific methods to obtain cultural properties and inspects, evaluates, protects, introduces, and temporarily and permanently exhibits such properties.
The museum is very good, it is worth visiting. It opens after 10 am, no tickets are charged, and you are not allowed to enter at 3 pm. The art here is very rich.
Pretty good, if you like humanities, here is a good choice. A long queue to go in, the tickets are cheaper, it is worth a visit