The historical building in Konya was built in 1912 and served as the governor’s mansion for a while. This house, where Mustafa Kemal Atatürk stayed and stayed when he came to Konya, was purchased by Konya Municipality in 1927 and dedicated to Atatürk in 1928 to express their loyalty to Atatürk.
In 1963, a year after the Ministry of National Education bought the house, the building was opened to visitors as the Atatürk House Culture Museum, restored in the following years and opened to visitors in 1982 as the Atatürk Museum in its current form. Atatürk House Museum is a 2-story museum, but it is a small museum.
Atatürk Museum is a museum where Atatürk’s clothes and various items he used in this house are exhibited. Colognes, combs, cutlery and various kitchen utensils are among the items you can see.
There are various objects related to Atatürk in every room. Since the house is located in Konya, the photographs he took when he came to Konya, the notes he took in this house, newspaper clippings are exhibited. On the panels on the walls, Atatürk’s experiences during his visits to Konya are written down.
What are the entrance fee and visiting hours of Konya Atatürk House Museum?
Entrance to Konya Atatürk House Museum is free. Entrance to many Atatürk Houses is free of charge. It can be visited every day of the week between 09:00 – 19:00 in the summer season and between 08:00 – 17:00 in the winter season.
Where is Konya Atatürk House Museum and how to get there?
Konya Atatürk House Museum is 300 meters from Alaaddin Hill. Enter Atatürk Street from Alaaddin Hill and you will see Atatürk House on the right side before reaching Misaki Milli Street.