Turkish And Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul

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Turkish And Islamic Arts Museum, Istanbul - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Sultanahmet Mh., Meydanı Sok. No:46, 34122 Istanbul, Turkey

Phone: +90-2125181805

Ticket Price: 20 TRY

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 04:30 pm Details

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The Turkish & Islamic Work Museum is one of the first Turkish museums which covers the Turkish and the Islamic art work wholly. The establishment works which was initiated in the end of the 19th century has been finished and the museum is open for tourist visits in soup kitchen buildings which is located in the Suleymaniye Mosque complexes, the most important places of Mimar Sinan.

Turkish And Islamic Arts Museum Information

  • You can require the instructors of that place if you are not capable to interpret the significance of the particular Picture.
  • This place is more than one hundred years old.

Turkish And Islamic Arts Museum Ticket Prices

  • Adult: 20 TL
  • Child under 12: Free entry

How To reach Turkish And Islamic Arts Museum by Public Transport

  • Orient Express Railway Station.

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  • This Museum doesn't get enough recognition. Great Museum to learn about the timeline of the different empires. It also has many Qurans from different centuries and in different scripts. Also a great Museum to visit and see the footprint and beard of the Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Entry can be gained with the Museum Pass and because not many people know about this Museum, one can actually take your time with the Sacred Relics and experience the Museum thoroughly. Not a very big Museum so if you take your time, 1 and a half hours should be sufficient time to spend here.

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  • Excellent collection of Turkish and Islamic art housed in a 16th Century Grand Palace. It's a museum just located at the Hippodrome and it is opposite the Blue Mosque so very easy to find. It's closed on Mondays and you should spare about one hour to walk around the exquisite examples of calligraphy, tapestry, manuscripts, hand written books, sculptures and many more.

  • Introducing each historical empires feels like reading history book. This is the place to know the melting pot in Middle East through different empires

  • Probably the most modern museum in Istanbul. It has a very good cronological display of wonderful artefacts and perfect maps and texts in english. 10 times better than the Archeological Museum

  • A must visit for Muslims. Rich in Islamic history. The air conditioning is powerful so it can get chilly if you are dressed for the hot weather outside.

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