Bursa Archaeological Museum was founded in 1904 and in 1972 it was moved to the building in Culture Park in which it still is in service. It has over 60 thousand archaeological artifacts. In the museum, there are artifacts beginning from the Miocene period (between 23 million-5 million years old) to the end of the Eastern Roman period.
Covering an area of 3500 m², the museum consists of an art gallery, ceramic-glass, and metal works hall, coin, and prehistoric works hall, and stone works hall.
The bronze Apollo Statue and bronze Athena Bust that belonged to the Roman period, Ucpinar Tumulus and the model of Aktopraklik Mound are among the relics that can be seen in the halls.