Every time i go i see lots of different things making it always interesting. It is well maintained always welcoming
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A very well presented, attractive and informative display of local history, life and Ataturk. He only visited once and for a very few hours but clearly the visit meant a lot to local people at the time.
If you have time and the weather is not sunny this is an interesting place to visit in Alanya and quite nearby there is nice hotel and restaurant Hotel Primera.
was a very interesting walk around museum inside and out there were things I had never heard of although small I could have stayed there for hours
Ataturk stayed only one day in Alanya and the family who owned the property donated it to be used as a museum. The house is in excellent condition and the displays not only gives information about the life of Ataturk but also gives you insight...More
This is the hotel which Atatürk lived in when he was in Alanya. They have displayed in each room how they lived in Turkey in Atatürk's period of life. It was free of charge to go inside. If you are interested in Turkeys history, especially...More
We had several times wanted to go here and this time we did visit the Atatürk Museum in Alanya. The old house is situated in the center of Alanya is easy to find. We met a very friendly guide at the entrance and it was...More
Quite a small museum not far from Damlatas caves, very cheap admission, not sure if we missed something, as we only looked around the ground floor? However, the exhibits were sensitively displayed and interesting to read about their history.
Interesting place where you find out a lot about Ataturk's visit to Alanya and good to go there. You find out what he did whilst he was there and people he met. I would say you should go there if you have an interest in...More
A couple of things amazed me when I visited the Ataturk House: 1 - Admission was free (unusual in Turkey these days) 2 - I had thought that Ataturk had spent only one night in Alanya back in February 1935, but it turned out that...More