Alanya Ataturk House Museum (Alanya Atatürk Evi Müzesi)
Sightseeing buses and bike tours of Antalya often make a stop at the Atatürk House to admire the distinctive Ottoman-style residence with its striking salmon-colored facade. Inside, the small museum is easy to visit on a guided or self-guided tour, with two floors and around 10 rooms to explore.
Things to Know Before You Go
There is no admission fee for the Atatürk House Museum.
An English-language information leaflet is available upon entrance.
Expect to spend around 30 minutes taking in the exhibits, although tickets allow you to stay longer.
The Atatürk House is not currently wheelchair-accessible.
How to Get There
Alanya Ataturk House Museum is located near the corner of Atatürk Boulevard and Isiklar Boulevard. Buses and trams stop on Isiklar Boulevard, close to the museum; get off at the Belediye stop.
When to Get There
The museum is open daily, except Mondays, all year round, although opening hours vary throughout the seasons.
Highlights of the Atatürk House
Visitors can peek into the living room, bathroom, and kitchen of the house where Atatürk once stayed and admire a number of the president’s personal belongings, including his clothes and shoes, which were transferred from the Anıtkabir mausoleum. Additional highlights include a number of artifacts from the time, including newspapers and photographs from Atatürk’s visits to the city, and a collection of banknotes, stamps, and coins bearing his image.
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