This small mosque dates to the 18th century.
This small Anatolian chain serves cappuccino and espresso, if you fancy a change from Turkish coffee or Nescafé. It has outside seating...
This welcoming cafe-restaurant, just south of the museum, has a cosmopolitan vibe. It's perfect for a post-museum coffee and brunch of...
Zeytinlik Caddesi 10 · interesting places nearby
Trabzon Museum information
The Kostaki Mansion (1917), built for a Greek banker in the Ottoman Black Sea style, briefly hosted Atatürk in 1924. One of provincial Turkey's most comely museums – with ornate rooms, painted ceilings, carved wooden doors and original furnishings – it displays interesting ethnographic and Ottoman artefacts. The basement 'archaeological opus' has more significant pieces, including a flattened bronze statue of Hermes unearthed at Tabakhane in 1997, plus icons, coins and jewellery from the Roman, Byzantine and Comnenos periods.