Türk İslam Eserleri Müzesi

Çelebi Sultan Mehmet in 1419, one of the Green Tomb of the building as a mosque, soup kitchen, which was built with green tomb and inn Madrasa has been used as the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts. Between the years 1930-1972 Burundi who hosted the Archaeological Museum and the museum building, which is a common feature in the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts opened to the public since 1975. Historic mines dating back to the 20th century from the 12th century madrasas, ceramics, wood, processing, weapons, manuscripts, coins, inscriptions and tomb stones and ethnographic materials.
Visiting Hours: daily except Monday 10:00 - 17:00 hours are open to visitors.
Vacation Day: Monday
Toll museums are closed or half an hour before closing time.



Museum / Ruin Info Box
Location
CityBURSA
Entry Fee5 TL Entry Fee Table
Status
Visiting Hours
Summer Term10:00 - 17:00
Winter Term10:00 - 17:00
Services
Museum Pass Sale PointNo
Audio GuideNo
Museum StoreNo
KioskNo
CafeNo