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Sariyer becomes one of my favorite spots in Istanbul. Sadberk Hanim Muzesi is a private own museum run by Koc family. Went with doubt but I found it amazing. With the beautiful collections (especially the oil lamps!!), making it very worthy to visit. Entrance fee...More
This museum used to be the summer residence of the Koc family, the richest family of Turkey. The name of the museum comes from Vehbi Koc's wife, Sadberk hanim, who was a collector. Her children and grandchildren are now the collectors of the family. The...More
This is the museum for whom wishing to learn and feel antique ages and ottoman ethnographic history briefly and quickly. Very good place to spend around 3 hours with the kids and foreign guests. Thanks to the ones who contributed to prepare this place.
The museum is a bit out of Istanbul , but really worth the visit. It is located in a beautiful house on the Bosphorus and was the first private museum in Turkey. There is a very informative section on the family who opened it ....More
It's seems very far away, but if you take the metro to Haciosman and the the #25 bus which drops you off in front of the museum, it's very easy. They have a small but well cultivated collection. Don't miss the fez blocker and Ottoman...More
Recently, they have a jewelry exhibit, it was cool. This museum is small and far away from city, that is the reason, there is no line or overcrowd anytime. I enjoy visiting time to time. This time I found out the backyard. It is a...More
My wife and I enjoyed several hours touring the excellent exhibits in Turkey's first private museum. Turkey's culture is complex, resulting from its varied and long cultural heritage. The collections focus on the Ottoman period, plus a separate building of relics from far earlier times....More
This private museum is one of my favorites in Istanbul. Has two sections. The archaeological part gives you a great perspective of the history of Istanbul. Then the other part has a wonderful collection of Ottoman artifacts from ceramics to textiles. Note that the museum...More