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Suna Inan Kirac Kaleici Museum

Barbaros Mah. Kocatepe Sok. No:25 | Yatlimani (Kaleici), Muratpasa, Antalya, Turkey
+90 242 243 4274
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Barbaros Mah. Kocatepe Sok. No:25 | Yatlimani (Kaleici), Muratpasa, Antalya, Turkey
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Reviewed 27 January 2017

The Museum is located in a traditional Antalya Kaleiçi house. It has a beautiful courtyard with the typical pebble mosaic floor. In the back is a former church, now serving as exhibition area. The small shops has a very good selection of books. The upper...More

Thank CustomerRlts
Reviewed 15 November 2016

A real cultural heritage which brought today with high class enthusiasm & elegancy...It makes you experince and imagine the old life style in Antalya. By the way, do not forget to ask the officer about the floor decoration and the stones used on the floor...More

Thank AliCan0707
Reviewed 19 October 2016

A museum for professional archaeologist and art historians, researchers and collection experts. Especially travellers prints section, old Antalya photographs, maps and illustrations are rare.

Thank mapman07
Reviewed 18 August 2016

Nicely designed Museum, which highlights the past of the city, traditions and long forgotten arts. It is a bit of everything. It is still a better idea to have someone local with you, who could tell you more about the items and artifacts in the...More

Thank PickyTea
Reviewed 31 May 2016 via mobile

Worth visiting, friendly staff Free entrance. The have done a great job to tell history of The Ottomans. Exhibition of ceramic in the "Church building" near to the museum. Found it thanks too TripAdvisor.

Thank Joy A
Reviewed 14 December 2015

A great visit....a lovely, very interesting little Museum....well kept....would definitly recommend a visit here...3 TL was very cheap...

Thank christinefromkos
Reviewed 24 September 2015

What a lovely little museum, very interesting, spent about an hour wandering around the well laid out rooms. Descriptions available in English as well as Turkish.

Thank edwards133
Reviewed 9 September 2015

This is a small little museum right in the middle of Kaleici. I found it really interesting because it focused more on the average Ottoman people rather than royalty. You can see what an Ottoman house looked like. There was an exhibit that had pictures...More

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Reviewed 26 August 2015

One of the neglected treasures of the Old Town, a museum which preserves the history of the area with a fine collection of costumes, pottery, etc. and also the remains of St. George's Church.

Thank AlmaGreve
Reviewed 13 July 2015

We stumbled upon the museum when wandering around Kaleici. It was the architecture which drew us in. The museum consists of two buildings - one a typical historical house in Antalya with information above on cultural rites (importance of coffee, preparations for a wedding, and...More

Thank doofvfood
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