Museum of Innocence is 19 km (11 mile) far to Istanbul centurum. The Museum of Innocence, inspired by the same name book of the Nobel Prize winner author Orhan Pamuk, was opened in 2012 in a historic building located in a residential area near Galata Tower. The belongings of Fusun collected by Kemal, the two characters of the book, are displayed on all three levels of the museum. These objects, which embody daily life in Istanbul during the second half of the 20th century, are well displayed in boxes and cabinets.

Open daily between 10:00-18:00, except on Mondays, on January 1st, and on the first day of religious holidays
Address: Cukurcuma Cad. Dalgic Cikmazi No:2, Tophane – Beyoglu – Istanbul
Phone: +90.212. 252 97 38
Admission: 25 TL

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