Goreme Open Air Museum is a place where you will enter a completely different world. Many churches, chapels and living spaces carved into the rocks will meet you in this different world where the missionaries and retreats of Christians who escaped from oppression begin. Girls - Men's Monastery, Elmalı Church, Yılanlı Church, Çarıklı Church, Karanlık Church, St. Barbara and Saint Basil Churches and Tokalı Church will fascinate with their unique frescoes and will take you to a deep journey. You would be missing a lot if you left Cappadocia without visiting the open air museum. Goreme Open Air Museum has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985.
- Nunnery & Monastery Manastırı
- Saint Basil Chapel
- Apple Church
- Saint Barbara Chapel
- Snake Church
- Dark Church
- Saint Catherine Chapel
- Sandals Church
- Tokalı Church
Goreme Open Air Museum has a lot of small and large churches, set up around the dining halls. The Goreme Open Air Museum has 11 churches and churches that can be visited, as well as 18 churches of which entrances were covered by bars due to the danger of collapse.
In Goreme Open Air Museum, St. Basil Chapel, Elmalı Church, Saint Barbara Chapel, Saint Catherine Chapel, Snake Church, Dark Church, Sandals Church and Tokalı Church are open to visitors. The entrance to the museum is 75 Turkish Lira per person. There is also 25 Turkish Lira per person extra for the Dark Church. The museum is open between 08:00 and 17:00 in the winter season and 08:00 to 19:00 in summer season.