Expositions are located in two mansions of the historic Kaleici district. In the 90s, Suna and Inan Kyrach bought and restored these buildings. Exhibitions in the first of them give an idea of the everyday life and life of citizens during the Ottoman period, as well as ancient Turkish ceremonies and rites. In the second building - the former Orthodox Church - a collection of art objects from the collection of Inan and Suna Kyrach is presented.
Barbaros Mah. Kocatepe Sok, Kaleiçi No: 25
+90 242 243 42 74
Surprised about the way of living more than 100 years ago, the traditions and costumes are interesting. The special expositions of notes and coins from the most particular countries was amazing.
Visited twice. Once alone and once with my family. Wish they had more to see like the opposite side. That is what prompted me to visit, but the site across the road is not accessible for museum visitors. Friendly staff both times. Great experience ov.. Read more »erall. Nice informative displays in English too.
Very nice and quiet museum. Costs 10 TL
This place gives you an idea about the history of the Anatolian house... I liked this place
Very cozy , nice, educative, knowledgeable place, very clean and beautiful. Highly recommended to visit.
Normal place but it's not a museum. It's only show lifestyle in old times
A few wax status..
Tasty food and polite workers will come again Thank you Abdullah
Another stunning museum in Antalya which is showing the life of people in Antalya region ,their house, their coffee time, henna night, also fisheries.etc. A house which one man bought for his lovely wife ( Suna and Inan), and turned into museum. You .. Read more »can read the letter below.
Definitely worth checking out this museum. It's full of history facts and even nice architecture inside. Well-renovated, too. I like the exhibition of old photos and posters of old times Antalya sights and merchants. It would be nice to have thi.. Read more »s merchants walking on the streets of old city nowadays. Just imagine it!
Norm Bour -Travel Younger
They did a beautiful job on the restoration based on the pictures that I saw. They show some day-to-day life of old turkey from 100 years ago or more, but I spent most of my time in the special exhibit which talked about the importance of fishing her.. Read more »e in Turkey. For 5tl it's certainly worth a visit.
Very cozy museum. It's quite interesting. There are two buildings. There is a lovely music inside which helps you relax and enjoy the history.