Altınköy Açık Hava Müzesi

Open air museum in Ankara

Updated: April 17, 2024 07:37 AM

Altınköy Açık Hava Müzesi is located in Ankara (Capital of Turkey), Türkiye. It's address is Beşikkaya, 2022. Sk, 06230 Altındağ/Ankara, Türkiye.

Beşikkaya, 2022. Sk, 06230 Altındağ/Ankara, Türkiye

XXF4+55 Altındağ, Ankara, Türkiye

+90 312 375 15 88

Check Time Table for Altınköy Açık Hava Müzesi

Tuesday10 AM to 6 PM
Wednesday10 AM to 6 PM
Thursday10 AM to 6 PM
Friday10 AM to 6 PM
Saturday10 AM to 7 PM
Sunday10 AM to 7 PM

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Where is Altınköy Açık Hava Müzesi?

Altınköy Açık Hava Müzesi is located at: Beşikkaya, 2022. Sk, 06230 Altındağ/Ankara, Türkiye.

What is the phone number of Altınköy Açık Hava Müzesi?

You can try to calling this number: +90 312 375 15 88

What are the coordinates of Altınköy Açık Hava Müzesi?

Coordinates: 39.9729273, 32.9553823

Altınköy Açık Hava Müzesi Reviews

Wafaa kat
2024-03-08 13:54:21 GMT

It was a beautiful trip. The children and I had a lot of fun. We ate breakfast and my children ate the kofta. We took pictures of many places. Attending weddings was a beautiful addition that gave spirit to the place. The presence of animals was a very beautiful addition, especially the horses and geese. Thank you to all the polite workers.

2024-02-10 19:17:23 GMT

I have never known such a concept village to be in Ankara. While you are walking, cows are passing and seeing them and more. That's outstanding experience you could have in city. I strongly recommend you to go with guest who come from out of ankara. You can get local flavors with good services.

Ömer Faruk Ocakoğlu
2024-03-31 11:35:48 GMT

Inside city a place like oasis. Peaceful and silent. The museum concept is a old village. You can find a old school and some village buildings inside museum

2023-08-12 10:59:02 GMT

This is a wonderful place to see great nature, to enjoy a peaceful moment, to see animals (chicken, geese, sheep, goats, deer etc), and buildings - all of which resemble a village of the past. It is a popular place for models and brides to be photographed. There r restaurants at regular intervals so u can refresh yourself. This is a place to come to for the whole afternoon. I love the water- and windmill, the kid's parks, and a long swinging bridge. (Unfortunately, it was closed due to repair when we were there.) The only issue is the menus. Every restaurant sells literally the same unhealthy food. Most are sweets and processed snacks and gözleme, which is OK, but there's little filling and lots of dough. No side dish, salad or fruit available. The selection of drinks is also incredibly weak. No plant-based mylk or vegean snacks.

Mohammed Arshad
2022-09-21 09:20:33 GMT

Really nicely kept outdoor museum of traditional village life. Lots of walking up and down hills but in the pleasant shade of weeping willow trees and the stream running amongst them, it was very enjoyable. Lots of play areas for kids makes it a very family friendly atmosphere. The suspension bridge was closed so we didn't get a chance to go on it, but looks like it would amazing to walk across.

Elahe Mahmoodpour
2023-04-26 15:26:48 GMT

It's a beautiful place, you can see animals, enjoy your time walking through beautiful nature and even you can eat traditional food and sandwiches. You can even ride a horse if you want. It's a good place to take pictures too📸

Lekaa Elmesilhy
2020-10-24 18:45:46 GMT

One of the best places I've seen in Ankara but it was Saturday and we couldn't have fun because it was too crowded.
My advice to you is that do NOT go at weekends because it's too crowded. There're some small markets and restaurants but they're a bit expensive also there're some small souvenirs' shops. Good place to make a photo session. You have to buy a ticket to enter the museum, 2tl for students and 7tl for others, if you're a student, you need to show your student card. Also to enter the bridge you have to pay 1tl for students and 2tl for others. There're a mosque,a playground for children and clean WCs.

Argun Konuk
2019-12-28 07:34:33 GMT

A vast open-air museum where you can the traditional Anatolian housings, farm animals, a wild life museum, stables and much more... the entrance is 2 liras for students which is literally free for such a nicely designed open-air. Parking is free and very convenient. At the main square, there are some small cafes. Make sure you grab a gozleme or perhaps try out the Turkish village style breakfast. Do not skip visiting the wild life museum which is a bit far however definitely worth a visit.

Occaxionz Boulevard
2020-03-02 17:19:43 GMT

Great place to visit. Very calm and moody place. Better to visit during spring as everything shall be lush green and fresh. I visited during winter but still the landscape was awesome there.

There’s a hanging bridge which is closed for tourists, I guess for maintenance reasons but if it is open it would be of great interest for the visitors.

It is merely a walking distance from the bus station and the neighboring community also blends seamlessly into this landscape.

The ticket price is 5 Turkish Lira for adults.

Billah Masum
2022-09-19 06:49:08 GMT

Open air, portrayal of village antiques and culture. Take a bus from Ulus, go there. 9 TL entry price. Pass a day or a half in natural serenity. Have food around, buy a stone stove baked bread for home.

Cecilia Pietrobono
2021-06-08 06:27:00 GMT

Back in time: very nice place for a day out in the nature with a flavour of old village environment, great for children . Don't leave without buying the oven backed bread !

Behruz Khalatai
2020-11-09 18:57:32 GMT

Not so far from city center, you can enjoy green and calm nature here. Also you can observe features of the old village life and taste some traditional turkish meals

Olya Noskova
2022-06-01 20:33:02 GMT

Good museum! There are many interesting locations and animals inside. There are restaurants on the territory of the museum that prepare traditional stuffed lavash.

Gia Ayu Fita
2023-07-20 19:02:47 GMT

Great place to do picnic in the summer :)
The restaurant over there are good

Yousef Al
2023-06-21 10:20:07 GMT

Best place to hang out, calm and clean

2017-09-05 04:17:59 GMT

It's a great open air museum with traditional Turkish village houses. You can have a traditional Turkish breakfast and start to see village houses and animals. You can spend all day with your darling, children or friends. I suggest everybody to visit wild life museum. It's one of the best in the museum.

Reza sadri alamdari
2019-10-03 05:36:47 GMT

Dear everyone, if you want to go back about 50 years ago , I recommend to go and see this green, lovely place that introduces grandfather’s home and villages. Don’t forget to drink special yogurt. I hope to have good time.

Fatemeh pourkazem
2020-01-25 12:58:14 GMT

Nice place with nice cafe and beautiful trees and very beautiful animals like horse

Nada A
2021-10-13 13:06:11 GMT

Unique place where you can see the real vilage

ayşe eslem akyıldız
2021-09-18 20:45:42 GMT

It was such a nice saturday for both my sister and me.... We got rid of the stresses of the daily life with the fresh air and sound of the water....

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