There are quite a few museums in Ankara. The entire building has traditional Turkish characteristics. There are many collections of equipment, including some automobiles and industrial equipment. The opening hours here are also quite early.
[Fun] Very suitable for science students
[Value for money] Understanding the industrial development of Turkey
The Rahmi M Koç Museum is the first major museum in Turkey dedicated to the history of Transport, Industry and Communications. Housed in magnificent buildings - themselves prime examples of industrial archaeology
A very interesting museum, with a locomotive at the gate. The ticket price is 110 lire. The first floor is handicraft, the second floor is industry, and the underground is a variety of real-life props. It is very worthwhile to open.
A very interesting place, I personally think it’s fine to play in Tuguo for several days.
Because the venue is really big, you can't feel it when there are many people, and you need to collect tickets for some individuals. You can check it out if you like.
Very nice museum in Ankara Kalesi. In two hours every visitor can enjoy there. Museum is only 70 meters from main gate Ankara kalesi.
I spend over 3 hours in this museum and didn't get bored. Such interesting things in display, some very valuable.
It is so lovely. You can see different things like you have never seen before in your life. Visiting this place made me a wisdom about industry. It is surely advisable ☺️
Several different types of Turkish workshops and vendors have been recreated within the restored Han - cobbler, weaver, clock repair, forge, carpenter, angora wool trader, saddler, etc.
Awesome collection, you shoild go and visit. Also entrance is cheap. This museum have a big car collection, motors, plane and train models, miniature houses and lots of old stuffs. There is a restaura...