Topkapı Palace was the seat of Ottoman Empire more than 380 years where 24 out of 36 Sultans lived and ruled their land. The palace was transformed into a museum in 1924 and now one of Turkey’s richest museums with its permanent and temporary exhibition halls.
Buildings and courtyards, including a treasury, apartments, bathhouses, harems, and an armoury, holy relics section, not to mention imperial halls, kitchens and royal chambers that make a visit into Topkapi’s inner walls one of the world’s great wonders. Topkapı Palace continues as one of the foremost cultural legacies in the world today
! Admission to Topkapı Palace is 200 TL – Harem Section: 100 TL (extra entry charge) – Palace + Harem Combined Ticket: 285TL – ! Free to enter the first court
! Winter 9.am/4.pm – Summer 9.am/6.pm – Closed on Tuesdays