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Museum of Innocence

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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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Cukurcuma Caddesi, Dalgic Cikmazi, 2 | Beyoglu, Istanbul 34425, Turkey
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Reviewed 4 days ago

You will love this place if you are a fan of Orhan Pamuk. It is interesting place to see to connect with the writer, but not necessarily attractive for others.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank marodint
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This museum is a little off the beaten path but worth a visit. I haven’t heard of the book before my visit but it was still an interesting time capsule of life In Istanbul from back in the day. It’s also located in a cool...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank jusenlijska
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It's an amazing museum! Even those who have not (yet) read the book, it's totally worth of visiting. It has a great collection of items on display, which together with a beautiful building, in which the museum is located, create a nice nostalgic atmosphere.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank D_Stasya
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I loved this little museum. It helps if you've read the novel “The museum of innocence” by Nobel-prize winner Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk. The concept is very unusual and refreshing, it shows innocent Istanbul of 1970"s. I found the collection fascinating. It was probably our...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Mrozek
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A small red building called "Innocent Museum". It is a four floors dimensional version of the winning work of the Nobel Prize winner and Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk. From the perspective of installation art, it is an amazing playground; from the historical background of the...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed November 22, 2018

This museum is great if you have read the book as it would make a lot of sense.. but like me who hasn't. I still enjoyed this museum. There is so much information and nicely presented which takes you back to where it all started...More

Date of experience: April 2018
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Reviewed November 18, 2018

I've always wanted to visit Muzesi Masumiyet because I wanted to see the physical manifestation of the book. The vitrines, objects, images; all heavenly. What was a massive let down was the museum shop which seemed like an aggressive advertisement for Orhan Pamuk. The staff...More

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank KdTsk
Reviewed November 12, 2018

Lovely, evocative museum well worth a visit. Even if you haven’t read the book it’s still very interesting.

Date of experience: April 2018
Thank Julia M
Reviewed November 5, 2018 via mobile

It’s a must see when in Istanbul, especially if you read the novel “The museum of innocence”, by Orhan Pamuh. There are three floors, the first two includes a series of boxes corresponding to each chapter in the book. Each box includes different objects (memories)...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank sorin_565
Reviewed October 15, 2018

Orhan Pamuk, turkish autor and Nobel Price taker, has established this museum, based on one of his books. A dramatic love story, with no happy ending, So- tears, tears and tears can be the consequense - looking to all kinds of objects, that have been...More

Date of experience: October 2018
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amirhlatifi
October 11, 2018|
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Response from jokedekeijzer | Reviewed this property |
Visiting the museum takes about one and a half hour.
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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
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