Bayazhan Gaziantep City Museum is solely dedicated to the evolution of the culture, politics and economics of Gaziantep. Know about the evolution of culture, politics, art and economics of the city. See what it has gone through in its past. There is ample amount of old and new literature that will help you with this journey. And lastly, there is no better place to inform you about the places that you should visit in the city. A visit to this museum will give a larger context to your Gaziantep visit. Highlights include:
- Introductory films
- A glimpse into the handicraft industry of Gaziantep
- Traditionally clad mannequins
- Models of the city
- Mosaic work
- A beautiful and spacious courtyard
- Visit this place before you visit anyplace else in Gaziantep. It will give your trip a larger context.
- Bus: OtobusDuragi@BahcelievlerMh.
- Bayazhan Restaurant
- Evirgec Restaurant
- Klasik Restaurant
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95% of people who visit Gaziantep include Bayazhan Gaziantep City Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
61.9% of people start their Bayazhan Gaziantep City Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Bayazhan Gaziantep City Museum
90.12% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bayazhan Gaziantep City Museum
It is a good combination of restaurant, pub, old stuff shop. It's location is close to everything like city center, koçak baklava place, etc. However, it is expensive to compare it with other places in gaziantep.
This building belonged to one of the prominent families of Gaziantep who wanted it to be used as a museum showing the cultural life of Gaziantep since the beginning of the Republic of Turkey (1923). It used to be one of the most progressive cities in Anatolia and you can see little sections on various cultural aspects of the city.
The museum is not adapted for international travellers. All writings are in Turkish with no translation provided. I will have to come back there after learning Turkish to be able to read all about the history of Gaziantep. The museum is basically just big stands with pictures and a lot of writing (only in Turkish), not much of artifacts. The building is very beautiful from the outside though.
Nice restaurant and pub in City
Very nice place