The Bath (Hamam) Mosaics discovered under the mass of the dam are exhibited in the basement of the museum, and the mosaics found in the villas located on the banks of the Euphrates, the mosaics from the Poseidon and Euphrates villas and those from the Dionysus villas, are exhibited on the ground floor. The 1st floor contains mosaics unearthed during rescue excavations carried out in Zap in 2000. There is also a section housing Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Period Church Mosaics discovered in the neighborhood of Gaziantep and brought to the Gaziantep Museum Directorate. And, on the 2nd floor, in a separate section, the world-renowned ?Gypsy Girl? mosaic is displayed.
2,248 square meters of mosaics originating from the Roman and Late Antique Periods, 140 square meters of frescoes, 4 Roman fountains, 20 columns, 4 limestone sculptures, the bronze statue of Mars, grave steles, sarcophagi and architectural pieces belonging to the collection of the Zeugma Mosaic Museum have been restored and put on display.
Other museums in Gaziantep affiliated with our Ministry:
Hasan Süzer Ethnography Museum,
Yesemek Open-Air Museum.