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The museum is interesting but you need to get an audio guide or take part in a guided tour in order to understand more about Rumi and the sufist philosophy. The museum is rather small and the signs are not very detailed. If you are...More
The old mosque-turned-museum is nice to walk around in, the old madrasah rooms have mini exhibits old artefacts. The guided tour is a must and you need a passport or ID in order to get one! Otherwise it’s just not informative enough and you end...More
Havva Meyerovich was a Catholic; French; PhD law;philosophy; knew Persian and She translated all books of Rumi from Persian to French and diverted to Islam; changed her name and in her will she said that I want to be buried in Konya close to Mevlana
A very cosy and beautiful indoor/outdoor (religious) museum right in the very heart of Konya. A must do for a tourist! A slow stroll around this museum takes about 20-30 minutes to complete with a lot of very interesting sights. Free entrance! HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
We arrive Konya cvery early and until 9 am we just visit shops around.
First of All museum visit is Free and guide is available.
Historical part of museum is good. Clean and practic. When we visit , the tomb of Mevlana-Rumi was under repair...More
Very well organized, clean, and the staff are profoundly helpful. Get there as early as possible, as people arrive "by the bus load" and couwds can be an issue as the viewing rooms are small in some areas of the museum
Hi Hanna at the moment the Rumi museum is having restoration so you cant see much of Rumi (rha) tomb nevertheless you can enter for free and see other relics of his. as for the whirling dervishes sema event is free every... More
Hi Hanna at the moment the Rumi museum is having restoration so you cant see much of Rumi (rha) tomb nevertheless you can enter for free and see other relics of his. as for the whirling dervishes sema event is free every saturday evening starting around 7 pm at the cultural centre. Need to be modestly dress with headscarf or shawl. Easy to catch a local bus or taxi your hotel reception will assist you.