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Museum of Innocence

Cukurcuma Caddesi, Dalgic Cikmazi, 2 | Beyoglu, Istanbul 34425, Turkey
+90 212 252 9738
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Orhan Pamuk tarafından yaratılan Masumiyet Müzesi yazarın aynı adlı romanında anlatılan günlük hayat eşyalarının hatıra ve anlamlarını gösteren titizlikle hazırlanmış enstalasyonlardan oluşan küçük bir İstanbul müzesidir.
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  • Average7%
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Cukurcuma Caddesi, Dalgic Cikmazi, 2 | Beyoglu, Istanbul 34425, Turkey
+90 212 252 9738
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I read the book about 6 years ago and thus I didn't remember anymore the details very well. Luckily my wife, who visited the museum together with me had just finished the book a couple of days earlier. Thus she was able to remind the...More

Thank Mikdet
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you haven't read Orhan Pamuk's book like me start from the top floor and go down. By the end you will understand what is a passionate love.

Thank Kcdc2006
Reviewed 7 May 2017

I carried the novel, The Museum of Innocence by Orhan Pamuk, which records Kemal’s and Fusun’s story with me when I flew to Istanbul.My destination was The Museum of Innocence in Beygololu by the Taksim square. I carried the map provided by the ever so...More

2  Thank zmr2015
Reviewed 23 April 2017

I have to be honest- I read the book and hated it. That being said, I really enjoyed the museum. Istanbul has seen so many changes along the years and it is very interesting to see the memories of a city that has been trying...More

Thank LiluNy
Reviewed 28 March 2017

Firstly, the museum wouldn't make much sense if you don't get the audio guide. So get one. The museum is a fascinating approach to blurring fact and reality through actual objects belonging to a particular period, in the context of fictional lives. I would say...More

Thank lihaiwubi
Reviewed 27 March 2017

This is a must-see for anyone who has read Orhan Pamuk's "The Museum of Innocence". In fact, bring your copy of your book along and gain free entrance! The book is about love, memory and longing and Pamuk has created an adventure for his readers...More

Thank Ibti_za
Reviewed 27 March 2017

This Museum is from a Nobel Awarded writer/novelist Orhan Pamuk. Created as the book with same name. It has a very special soul but plase don't go without reading this book. You won't understand.

1  Thank melodi05
Reviewed 19 March 2017 via mobile

For me and for my wife to visit to this museum was completely impressive. It was very well organized and all characters in the novel was clearly described and their habits and behaviors are very well documented. Please be aware of reading the book before...More

Thank Haluk E
Reviewed 13 February 2017

The location is romantic and central. The curator is also the Nobel Prize Owner Turkish Novelist, Orhan Pamuk. Must see

Reviewed 15 January 2017

Better if you read the book "the Museum of Innocence" by Orhan Pamuk, before you went to see the Museum itself. Do get the headset for an extra 5 Liras--you hear Pamuk and his principal protagonist in the novel--Kamal--narrating the guided tour.

Thank mk02492
Istanbul’s most famous street, pedestrianized Istiklal
Caddesi (Independence Avenue), throbs day and night
and offers a fantastic array of architectural sights,
shops, treats, and throngs upon teeming throngs of
people. At the avenue’s northeastern end is expansive
Taksim Square, thought by many to be the very heart of
the city, with many of Turkey’s most renowned
restaurants and some of Europe’s most happening
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Stephanie M
tryin gto find the street address to see if it is close to the Renaissance Polat hotel
5 May 2015|
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Response from drewledbury | Reviewed this property |
Hi It is in Beygolou which is on the other side of the Golden Horn from your hotel: Address: Çukurcuma Caddesi, Dalgıç Çıkmazı, 2, 34425, Beyoğlu However, you can get there by tram easily and it is a lovely area full of... More