This museum is actually relatively small, and it mainly displays some of the history and customs of Turkish folk. Of course there are some information about the war. If you have time, you can come to this museum to have a look.
The museum exhibits some smaller cultural relics, and most of them are collected from the folks. Although it may not be so precious in the sense of preciousness, it is still interesting.
Unexpectedly, there are a lot of cultural relics in this folk relics museum. It displays historical relics from various periods in Turkey over the centuries, many of which are objects used in the lives of ordinary people.
I thought it was a copycat museum, but it was actually pretty good. There are a lot of things to see. Although they are all common cultural relics, there are a few historical relics that are relatively concentrated.
The scale of this museum is actually not small. It is mainly about folk cultural relics or works of art collected from folks. Frankly speaking, there are not many fine works, but the content is very rich.
Preston_Dominguez: Anafartalar Mh.06050 Ankara, Turkiye
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Ankara,Ankara kalesi,Mausoleum for former Turkish leader,Museum of Anatolian Civilizations,Kocatepe Mosque (Kocatepe Camii)