Baksı Museum aims to open a new era in the area of cultural tourism. The museum, which has created a new and different attraction area in the Eastern Black Sea, is also creating a tourism development project for the region.
While the museum pioneers these arrangements, also undertakes being the power plant of the development of the region in the field of culture and nature tourism. The Baksı Museum reorganized Baksı Guest House which is located within the museum, as the first step of the project. The guest house, which mainly hosted researchers, educators, artists and travelers until now, aims to host programmed visits of individuals or groups from now on with its expanded capacity. All the needs of business and motivational meetings, training seminars, workshops, companies, communities, agencies and similar organizations can now be met in the Baksı Museum complex. It is aimed at those who take a broader view of the holiday concept of the Baksı Guest House, to create an option for those who want to escape from the chaos of the big city, seek purity, and enjoy nature sports and recreation. The Bayburt House, which contains the ethnographic items reflecting the local architectural elements of the original Bayburt house, consists of four sections; Stone Rooms, Valley Stone Rooms and Youth Rooms. The Baksı Museum Guesthouse offers the possibility of accommodating up to 52 people at the same time in its’ 26 rooms.
Photo safari, rafting in Çoruh, climbing and hiking, hunting and angling, museum workshops. Ahi Emir Ahmed-i Zencani Tomb, Aydintepe (Hart) Yeraltı City, Bayburt Castle, Çamağıl Cave, Sarıkayalar Waterfalls, Şehit Osman Tomb, Ulu Mosque, Yılanlı Village.