These are from our trip last month to Bergama, before the events in the news right now. Like many sites in Turkey there is on going work, archaeological and in infrastructure. To our surprise a cable car has been built from the car park just out of town on the way up the acropolis hill up to the site entrance. Not in our view strictly necessary.
The acropolis is pretty impressive dominated by the massive Roman structure, the Temple of Trajan.
Bina Z is fascinating. An insight into how a house was used over time, and some quite remarkable Roman mosaics, and domestic decorations. It is well presented, clearly defining what is Roman, and what is reconstructed. Bina Z is part way down the hill and fairly well signposted. We were there for about an hour, no other tourists visited despite there being many on the acropolis, the official looking after the place seemed surprised that people had made their way there and offered us tea. In our view Bina Z is not to be missed, and unlike the Terrace Houses at Ephesus there is no additional charge to enter.