İznik Müzesi

Sultan Murad's mother Nilufer Hatun was built in 1388 to commemorate the year. Structure used as a kitchen, distributed food each day was a charity for the poor. Republican Period used as a warehouse for different needs, was opened as a museum in 1960.

Soup kitchen, a historical building is one of the finest examples of 14th century Ottoman architecture. Inverted T plan in Ottoman architecture is seen for the first time in this building. Building a porch that begins dome and columns of pillars that cover the vault and carriers. Inscription is entered through a gate located on the main section. The main section is covered with a dome with a skylight in the center. The main section is passed over from one side domed venues. The kitchen draws attention with its Byzantine very rich and colored stone and brick workmanship.

Visiting Hours: 08:00 to 12:00 every day except Mondays / 1:00 p.m. to 17:00 hours visits are welcome.

Vacation Day: Monday

Toll museums are closed or half an hour before closing time.

Museum / Ruin Info Box
LocationMüze Caddesi, İznik
Entry Fee5 TL Entry Fee Table
Visiting Hours
Summer Term08:00 - 17:00
Winter Term08:00 - 17:00
Museum Pass Sale PointNo
Audio GuideNo
Museum StoreNo