Cankiri Museum The Çankırı Museum, which opened its doors to visitors in 1972, is a significant archaeological exhibition area in Anatolia. It displays relics of various civilizations that inhabited the region throughout history, from Neolithic and Chalcolithic to Old Bronze, Hittite, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk, and Ottoman periods. The museum showcases a diverse range of exhibits from ancient civilizations, providing visitors with the opportunity to explore different periods of local history that span from around 6000 BC to modern times. The museum features both archaeological and ethnographic exhibits in the same location. In the archeology section, visitors can view artifacts from the Old Bronze, Hittite, Hellenistic, and Roman periods. The exhibits include pottery, bones used for funerary purposes, bronze tools for religious ceremonies, and personal beauty accessories like beads and mirrors. The ethnography section of the museum displays weavings, handicrafts, calligraphy art samples, print molds, clothing, and other objects related to life in the Çankırı area. The museum's exhibition hall also houses a historical oxcart that was used during the Independence War era. In addition, the glass section of the exhibit hall displays glass works that date back to the Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine eras. The sidewalk outside the building showcases stone sculptures, grave steles, mile stones, architectural parts, and inscriptions.