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Ataturk House & Museum

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Address: Isiklar Cad. Muratpasa, Muratpasa, Antalya, Turkey
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Helps to be with someone Turkish

I went alone but would recommend going with a Turkish person for the translation and historical explanation. Nice house. Ask to be taken up by lift if you have a walking problem... read more

Reviewed 29 March 2017
Jilliana R
Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We popped in as we were staying nearby. In my opinion, you only need about half an hour to visıt as the house is quite small. It's free to enter and there is a leaflet in english available near the door. You can see some of the rooms where Ataturk stayed when he visited Antalya and also some of his... More 

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Brighton and Hove, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 29 March 2017 via mobile

I went alone but would recommend going with a Turkish person for the translation and historical explanation. Nice house. Ask to be taken up by lift if you have a walking problem. Leaflet in English. Highly recommended.

1 Thank Jilliana R
Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 6 May 2016

Nothing stands still, but Attaturk remains as a powerful symbol of modern Turkey. Attaturk mean literally "Father of the Turks," a title bestowed on him by a grateful nation. This house and museum is very interesting, you will learn much about modern Turkey during your visit.

1 Thank Jeffry B
London, United Kingdom
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 101 helpful votes
Reviewed 5 December 2015

I was passing so I looked in as I saw that it was free to enter. Mainly a display of historical photographs but there are other exhibits such as early radios and telephones, furniture and furnishing contemporary to Ataturk. Seems to be mainly used as an education facility for school children and indeed a groups visited while I was there.... More 

Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 19 November 2015

This memorial is an ornate reminder of the debt Turkey owes Attaturk, qwhich means literally, "Father of the Turks." It's worth visiting just for the craftsmanship that went into its construction. Attaturk was born with the simple name of Mustafa and was dubbed Attaturk by his grateful countrymen.

1 Thank Jeffry B
Antalya, Turkey
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Reviewed 31 October 2015

This is an interesting insight into the old Antalya. Not only does it tell much about Ataturk's links with Antalya, it also gives some indication of an Antalya prior to the invasion of the tourists. It is also quiet and peaceful to go around as it appears not to be on the organised tourist trip routes.

1 Thank Antalyaman
Bury, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 14 October 2015

This building has a very simple and unassuming exterior, so much so that we walked past it several times before we realised where it was. The artefacts and photos were very interesting, but I did feel that there could have been so much more information displayed in view of Ataturk's achievements . The museum is free to enter and a... More 

1 Thank Kaserine
Panama City, Panama
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Reviewed 3 October 2015

The house of the Father of Turkey. What more could I say? This is an icon of the history of Antalya. You will see the simplicity of the house and how Ataturk lived.

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Reviewed 10 September 2015

Good to learn from Turkey's leader and history. We did this as part of our e-Bike Antalya tour, together with the rest of the main attractions.

1 Thank Yvrivera
Moscow, Russia
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Reviewed 9 September 2015

It had some interesting stuff and it was free. The AC was good and it was a nice break from the afternoon heat. Worth stopping by if you are in the area.

Thank Adam O

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