The graceful Sultan Beyazıt II Camii (1486) is Amasya's largest külliye (mosque complex), with a medrese, fountain, imaret (soup kitchen) and library. The main door, mihrab (niche in a minaret indicating the direction of Mecca) and pulpit are made of white marble, and its windows feature kündekari (interlocking wooden carvings). It's surrounded by manicured lawns which are a popular hang-out place with locals.

In the mosque grounds is the small and rather eccentric Minyatür Amasya Müzesi, which is a near perfect recreation of Amasya in miniature.