Kahramanmaraş Archaeology Museum
Kahramanmaraş Arkeoloji Müzesi
|Owner||Ministry of Culture|
According to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, even in the Medieval Age during the Dulkadir Beylik there was a primitive museum of steles in the Kahramanmaraş Castle  During the Republican Age the first museum was established in 1947. In 1961 the museum was transferred to the castle and in 1975 to its present building.
The items in the museum are from paleolithic, neolithic, chalcolithic, bronze, iron, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine Ages. The items are exhibited in seven specialized halls; a skeleton of an Anatolian elephant (now excint from Anatolia), Direkli excavations, Domuztepe excavations, Hittite items, mosaics, stone tools, chronological archaeology.