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Rahmi M. Koc Museum

Haskoy Cad. No: 5 | Beyoglu, Haskoy, Istanbul 34445, Turkey
+90 212 369 66 00
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The Rahmi M Koç Museum is the first major museum in Turkey dedicated to the history of Transport, Industry and Communications. Housed in magnificent buildings - themselves prime examples of industrial archaeology - on the shore of the historic Golden Horn, the collection contains thousands of items from gramophone needles to full size ships and aircraft.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Haskoy Cad. No: 5 | Beyoglu, Haskoy, Istanbul 34445, Turkey
Beyoglu
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+90 212 369 66 00
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The museum is the collection of the Turkish businessman. His international travels provided a great source for the collection, but also showcases the industriousness of the local Turkish product manufacture. Displays ranging from windup toys & machine guns to vintage cars & rocket parts. The...More

Thank Jim S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Excellent collection, really large, modern management by a well established Turkish Conglomerate (KOC HOLDING). A must see with kids. Industrial objects in time tunnel. An animated traditional olive oil extracting workshop.

Thank utkan u
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

我们不打算去,但我们去了。它是如此不可思议。很多事情你可以做和科学经验,还教育。我们的孩子非常喜欢这里。在周末你可以乘小火车免费的博物馆。如果你有时间,我建议带孩子去。有汽车、船、飞机、火车、机械…你可以看到。 We didn't plan to go, but we went. It's so amazing. A lot of things and science experiences you can do, also education. Our kids liked here very much. In the weekend you can take a small train free in the museum. If you...More

Thank Ken C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very interesting museum with lots to visit. Makes for a full day visit, but you could even leave out a few things and always come back for more. Do not miss the short visit to the submarine!

1  Thank Pavlina C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I have been to countries like US and U.K. but never saw a museum this elaborate and big. It has attractions for and for your kids, however the submarine experience was below average. I don't recommend that. But it's a big place. You need at...More

1  Thank Muhammad Z
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The musuem is an excellent show of Transport evolution showing all what mankind used from thousands of years till today in terms of transport, from couches to planes, as well as marine transport such as boats, vessels, and even an old Russian made submarine. The...More

Thank Hazem_1973
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were very impressed with the collections - particularly the vintage cars. The museum is well laid out, informative and excellent value for money. We stayed much longer than intended. The setting is lovely - right on the water and we enjoyed a coffee at...More

Thank ashmorayw
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a must see for those who are fascinated with transportation and technology. It's a huge and beautifully presented museum with fun and interesting exhibitions of cars, airplanes, and all sorts of technology .

1  Thank Xtlsfx
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Located on the "Golden Horn" and dedicated to transport, industry and machinery. Appreciate the history thru life how machinery and transport involving over time. Great piece of history!

Thank 743kcnguyen72
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I found in Rahmi M. Koç Museum much more than what I expected. I think it is the one of the best museums of Turkey. There are many crafts from bicycle to a submarine. You could feel like a child while you are wandering in...More

Thank gezerayak
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mikeducasse
23 July 2017|
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Response from Anggrek_13 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, explore the old city by walking .. there are lots of museums in Istanbul and interesting streets and activities in old city around. The area of old city is the area of Hagia Sofia, Blue Mosque, Grand Bazaar, Topkapi... More
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nabil b
3 January 2017|
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Response from RMKM_Admin | Property representative |
Thank you to all who have answered. Public transport as well as the tourist hop-on hop-off bus and ferry are good options to arrive at the Museum. Ramps and elevators can be found in most parts of the Museum, except a few... More
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CapeTownLisa
23 June 2015|
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Response from Bekir Semih C | Reviewed this property |
Yes of course.every where you can be use elevators in all of the holes
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