Masumiyet Müzesi (The Museum of Innocence)

Masumiyet Müzesi is a small museum of Istanbul made up of carefully assembled installations which describes the memories and meanings associated with the objects from daily life described in the author's eponymous novel. Built by Nobel prize winner Orhan Pamuk

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Address

Firuzağa Mh., Çukur Cuma Cd Dalgıç Çıkmazı, 2 Beyoğlu

Visiting Hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 10.00-18.00
Thursday: 10:00-21:00
Museum of Innocence will be closed only on Mondays and on January 1st and on the first days of Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid al-Adha every year.

Phone 0090 212 252 9738 ‎

Masumiyet Müzesi is a small museum of Istanbul made up of carefully assembled installations which describes the memories and meanings associated with the objects from daily life described in the author’s eponymous novel.
Built by Nobel prize winner Orhan Pamuk over the course of fifteen years, the Museum of Innocence, which he describes as ‘a small and humble museum of daily life in Istanbul’, houses painstakingly designed boxes and vitrines which contain objects representing day to day life in Istanbul in the second half of the 20th century. The collection, made up of thousands of objects ranging from cinema tickets to matches, liquor bottles to door knobs, small knickknacks to photographs, is displayed in eighty-three boxes representing the novel’s eighty-three chapters.

Entrance with the Book
The ticket printed in the closing pages of Orhan Pamuk’s novel The Museum of Innocence can be stamped at the ticket office in exchange for an invitation to the museum.

From the Atatürk Airport and Taksim

Take the Havataş Shuttle or public bus 96T from the Atatürk Airport to Taksim and walk along the İstiklal Street

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