Izmir City Museums,
Works from Izmir: Marble gravestone, statue of a seated old man, small statue of Heracles, head of man and piece of a frieze, marble head of a woman, head of Aphrodite, statue of a woman, stone column capital, clay amphoras, a sarcophagus and an earthenware bath from the Hellenistic period.
Works from Sart: Marble statue of a woman, an inscription in the Lydian script, a bas-relief depicting a Lydian woman and an inscription from the Roman period.
Works from Ephesus: Marble statue of Tyche (Roman period), statue of an abbot, head and hand of Domitianus, heads of women, head of the river god Kaistros (small Meander), head of Numfe, statue of a hunter, statue of Eros with a woman, statue of a Roman priest, statue of a philosopher, statues of Artemis and Cybele and Kuros.
Works from Aydin – Denizli: Piece of a marble bas-relief, head of Aphrodite, heads of men and women, gravestones, a statuette of a goddess, statue of the Muse and the Amazon, statue of Hermaphrodite, gravestone and a bas-relief depicting the Dioscuri.
Works from Mugla: Bronze statue of Demeter (IV century BC), head of a woman, marble statue of Marsias, statue of a man, statue of a clerk (Roman period).
Works of the Archaic Period: Marble statues of lions from IV century BC, bas-relief depicting a sphinx, building stones, stone column capitals, clay sarcophagus, Archaic heads.
Objects in the Show Cases: Gold, electron, silver and copper coins, seals, ring stones, a bronze sword, arrowheads, needles and strigil, faience figurines, ivory cylinders and seals, footed plates, vases, clay statues of gods, wine bowls and ceramics, pieces of wine bowls with red figures, perfume dishes, a Naukratis cup, gold diadems, rings, bracelets, necklaces, myrtle branches and leaves, beads, pieces of bronze figurine and statues, wolf-headed chair foot, clay figures, pieces with the twin axe sign of Zeus, lekythos, rython, kantharos and perfume bowls, stone mortar, lamps, tear bottles. These items belong to the Prehistoric, Archaic. Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods.
Works Outside the Museum: Roman period marble sarcophagi, statues, and gravestones, inscriptions and capitals from various periods and in various styles.
Izmir Art and Sculpture Museum: Thie museum was opened in a new building in 1973. Beginning with the primitives the museum exhibits examples of Turkish art and sculpture up to the present day. Special exhibitions are sometimes organized, and educational art studies are held.