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Ataturk House & Museum

Antalya, Turkey
3.8 / 8
A two-story mansion near the sea was presented by local authorities to the first president of Turkey, who earned the honorary title of "Father of the Turks." Kemal Atatürk appeared here only a couple of times, and in 1986 his museum was opened in the building. It was possible to preserve the interior of the 30s - furniture, carpets, household items. Personal items, photographs, manuscripts of the great Turk are presented. Of considerable interest is the collection of coins, banknotes and postage stamps with the image of the first president.
Ataturk House & Museum
Address:Haşimişcan, Fevzi Çakmak Caddesi No:11, Muratpaşa
Phone:+90 4441000
Hours:monday: 08:30–19:30 tuesday: 08:30–19:30 wednesday: 08:30–19:30 thursday: 08:30–19:30 friday: 08:30–19:30 saturday: 08:30–19:30 sunday: 08:30–19:30

Dmitry Zhilov
06.12.20

Please correct the current working times, I was there on Friday at 9:30 am and it wasn’t open

Meltem Kosma
23.09.20

I love this place. I love ataturk. Anywhere he has been to or touched is most valuable.

Olive Tree
04.08.20

It's a nice place but unfortunately this house is just a replica since the real house was where the road goes through currently and was demolished to .. Read more »

yassine koufal
23.07.20

Interesting place like it

Hasan Vugar
20.11.19

The museum is located in a two-storey replica house, which was rebuilt original. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk stayed during his official visits to Antalya in.. Read more »

Les Wojnarowicz
06.10.19

Very small ”museum” detailing the country's founding father's visit to the city. Free to enter. Worth a quick peek of you're passing.

Ahmad Lassi
08.06.19

Wonderful place to have good historical experience. Free entrance and displays are with English translation. I wish there shall be guide inside the .. Read more »

Vincent Oliver
06.06.18

The house, now a museum, where Ataturk stayed during his visit to Antalya during 1930. It was reconstructed in 1982 according to the same design. It h.. Read more »

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