Rahmi M. Koc Museum
Rahmi M. Koc Museum
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Зоя С
11 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Familie
I wanted to see something unusual in Istanbul.
I found information about this museum in one of the videos on YouTube.
I read the reviews and decided to go with my family for the whole day.
The museum is located quite far from the arrival point of the liner - the port of Sarayburnu.
The cost of a taxi ride is 600 liras one way.
We spent a little over 200 liras round trip including the cost of purchasing a transport card.
You need to walk past the Galati Bridge, past the yacht parking area near the shore to the Yemenem bus park - 1.5 km.
Buy an Istanbul transport card in advance (70 liras).
Take bus number 47E.
Drive about 40 minutes to the retirement museum. The cost of the trip is 7.7 liras per person.
We got back by river bus. Leave the museum, go to the right to the pier and after learning the departure schedule, go to the Kadikoy stop (3 stops) - 30 liras per person.

About the museum's exhibition.
This is a private motor transport museum.
Monday is a day off, open from 9:30 to 17:00. Everything related to movement is represented - carts, carriages, bicycles, mopeds, scooters, strollers, motorcycles, freight transport, cars, boats, planes, trains, toy vehicles.
Whole classes visit this museum. Therefore, it is noisy from children's voices.
There are a lot of halls and pavilions for viewing.
Interesting for any age, especially children and men.
This rare vehicle is in excellent condition.
There is a cafe and restaurant at affordable prices.
I definitely recommend it 👍🏻.
Skrevet 7. mai 2024
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Susan C
Melbourne, Australia1 492 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2024 • Par
The museum consists of three main areas: the Mustafa V. Koc Building with three levels, the historic Haskoy dockyard and the open air display area. Founded by Rahmi M. Koç, a wealthy Turkish industrialist, it initially contained items from his private collection but has been increased with donations or loans from other collectors. Most of the extensive and eclectic displays are transport related though there is much more than that. It is one of the best museums of its type we have been to.

We started in the main building in train section with its old rail posters and award-winning models of trains but then went onto what I thought was more stunning, a maritime section with its full-size dioramas showing wooden boat building and fisherman with their boats. It contained old caïques, canoes, small row boats, glossy speed boats, yachts from the 1950s, outboard motors and an amphicar. Everything had been meticulously restored. Downstairs are rows and rows of sparkling cars including early models of Henry Ford's Model T, Rolls Royces, sports cars from 1953 and 1986, etc all with detailed information about the model. I'm not usually into cars that much but this collection was just beautiful. Above that are motorcycles from 1908–2003 and older horse-drawn carriages such as you read about in Georgette Heyer.

There is a hands on science section where you can manipulate mirrors to generate light, cut aways of a car and plane, transparent household machines, eg dishwashers so you can see how they work as well as a small astronomy room and a display on diving. There are collections of old computers, displays of steam engines, prams, hats and a cabinet of terracotta artifacts from 600-300 BC tucked away in a corner. The Anamorphosis portrait of the founder is a very interesting piece of industrial art. There are two rooms dedicated to Ataturk with letters, photos, memorabilia and clothing.

Outside in the historic slipway there are still more boats. The Tekel 15 is a wooden cerktirme style boat built after WWII. Uzaklar and the 1963 Kismet yachts circumnavigated the world and the rowboat Clodia made the journey from London to Istanbul. The extensive outside areas, much under sail cover, have displays of planes, helicopters, trams, train carriages such as that of Sultan Abdulaziz, the old Haskoy station, even more cars, a double decker bus from London, farm machinery, etc. Some of these can be entered. You can tour the M/V Fenerbahçe, a 1952 ferry, and eat in the old-style ferry café. The ferry also holds special exhibitions such as one on toys when we visited. There is also a submarine but it is currently unavailable.

The museum is very neat, well presented and provides all facilities. The placards giving information about the displays is superb. There are two toilets in the main museum, multiple indoor and outdoor café seating. Photos are allowed. We got here by taking a tram along the opposite side of the Golden Horn then crossed by ferry to the Haskoy Ferry station. We spent about three hours here as every time we thought we had finished we found new sections to see. This museum is so unique that I would highly recommend it.
Skrevet 1. mai 2024
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SİNEM C
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5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2023 • Familie
The museums and so on were very nice, it was a very happy time. The Classic cars were very nice, it was perfect, there were so many places to visit, everything was very, very nice, it is definitely a museum that every child and every adult should see.
Skrevet 15. april 2024
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Murat G
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5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2024 • Venner
It is Turkey's first industrial museum
The museum is so impressive that when you first enter, you get tired of looking at every detail and quickly pass by the important works and leave them for the next trip.
Skrevet 13. april 2024
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Ozan
Istanbul, Tyrkia8 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2024 • Venner
Rahmi Koç Museum, which is very large and has an incredibly wide range of museums, is a museum that takes you away from 2024 the moment you enter. There are a lot of complicated things, of course you don't fully understand the mechanics of everything and you will even forget a considerable part of it after a while. However, the pleasure of instantly transporting you to the time period you belong to is beyond anything else.
Skrevet 3. april 2024
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5,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2024 • Familie
A stunning museum that will be of interest to both adults and children. A large number of exhibits: cars/motos, planes, trains, submarines. Everything is done with attention to detail and love.
For Harry Potter fans, there is a car in which he flew with his friends.
It is better to spend at least 3 hours for the museum.
Skrevet 30. mars 2024
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5,0 av 5 bobler
feb. 2023 • Par
This is incredible!!!! It will be interesting for people of any gender and age. I recommend to all! One of those places in Istanbul that you must visit!
Skrevet 15. februar 2024
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Olivier C
Baku, Aserbajdsjan2 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Familie
If you have kids (and even if you don't have), this is a must to visit. Very nice collection of cars, motorcycles, bicycles, planes...
Quite unique. A great surprise.
Skrevet 5. januar 2024
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Samet Ulaş
Istanbul, Tyrkia1 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
des. 2023 • Venner
It has a very large collection, so you should spend at least 3 hours. If you want to visit and examine it in detail, it could take all day. Valuable belongings of the Koç family, from technology to classic cars, are exhibited.
Skrevet 3. januar 2024
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Yev
Stuttgart, Tyskland3 bidrag
1,0 av 5 bobler
jan. 2024 • Familie
The museum is very interesting and varied, but the service leaves a lot to be desired. We bought the tickets for 500 TL/person (4 adults, 1 child) at 4:23 p.m., and at 4:50 p.m. we were given the first notice in the museum that we had to head for the exit because the museum was closing at 5 p.m. So shortly after 5 p.m. we were forced to leave the museum. Customer orientation is completely lacking. If we had been informed at the ticket office that the museum was about to close, we would of course prefer to come the next day. Conclusion: 2,250 TL spent, just under half a "quiet" hour in one hall, and the remaining quarter of an hour running through a few other halls - logically without any opportunity to tell the child anything about the exhibits. A real shame!
Skrevet 2. januar 2024
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