Ethnography Museum

Ethnography Museum information

Ankara , Turkey
Street Türkocağı Sokak, Samanpazarı
Getting there
metro Ulus
admission ₺10
Opening hours
8.30am-7pm Tue-Sun
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Lonely Planet review

The Ethnography Museum is housed inside a white marble post-Ottoman building (1927) that served as Atatürk's mausoleum until 1953.

Past the equestrian statue out the front, the mausoleum is preserved in the entrance hall. Around the walls are photographs of Atatürk's funeral. The collection is superb, with displays covering henna ceremonies, Anatolian jewellery, rug-making, Seljuk ceramics, early-15th-century doors, and (opposite the anxious-looking mannequins in the circumcision display) coffee.