Izmir Ataturk Museum

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Timings : 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM every day

Entry Fees : Adult: TRY 10
Child (below 6 yrs): Free

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Ataturk Museum, Izmir Overview

The Izmir Ataturk Museum exhibits paintings, artefacts, furniture, and other personal items associated with Ataturk, the first president of Turkey. Located at Ataturk Ave. No. 24, Alsancak in downtown Izmir, it is set in a neoclassic style four-storey building, which is a fusion of Ottoman and Levantine architectures.

All the rooms in the Ataturk Museum are decorated with vases, bronze statues, and oil paintings. The high doorways and windows allow plenty of daylight to enter. The museum exhibits some marble statues, a precious stone mirror, a bust of Ataturk, and more. The 19th-century fireplaces are remarkable. The floors are adorned with costly carpets from Usak and Isparta provinces. The museum was established by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, a Turkish field marshal and a revolutionary statesman. It was opened for the general folks on the 19th anniversary of Atatürk’s arrival in Izmir, i.e., 11 September 1941. Later, it was officially named the Izmir Atatürk Museum on 13 May 1988. The museum is close to the sea, surrounded by apartments, restaurants, and cafes.

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