Istanbul Sights

Rahmi M. Koç Museum

  • Hasköy Cad. 5 Map It
  • Western Districts

Published 07/06/2016

Fodor's Review

Housed on the grounds of an Ottoman-era shipyard on the shore of the Golden Horn, and in an adjacent foundry where anchors were cast for the Ottoman fleet, this museum complex was founded by one of Turkey's leading industrialists. The wonderful, eclectic collection includes aircraft, boats, a submarine, a tank, trucks, trains, a horse-drawn tram, motorcycles, antique cars, medieval telescopes, and every type of engine imaginable. Along with the many vehicles and machines, interactive displays on science and technology, as well as recreations of a sawmill and a 1920s olive oil factory, are of special appeal to children. There are several food and beverage venues on the premises, including Café du Levant, a Parisian-style bistro with Art Nouveau furnishings, and the waterfront Halat Restaurant. Take a Golden Horn ferry, a bus from Şişhane, or a taxi to get here.

Sight Information


Hasköy Cad. 5, Hasköy, Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey

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Sight Details:

  • 14 TL; 6 TL for students. Additional fee for submarine and planetarium entry
  • Tues.–Fri. 10–5 year-round; Apr.–Sept., weekends 10–7; Oct.–Mar., weekends 10–6

Published 07/06/2016


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