Rezan Has Museum

OVERVIEW

Rezan Has Museum

Founded in 2007, Rezan Has Museum (Rezan Has Müzesi) is one of the newest private museums in Istanbul. As a branch of Kadir Has University, the collection of Rezan Has Museum consists of thousands of objects and artifacts dating from Neolithic Period to twentieth century that includes approximately 9000 years.

Rezan Has Museum is located in Cibali on the shore of the Golden Horn and it consists of three unique and historical structures: an eleventh-century Byzantine cistern, seventeenth-century Ottoman hamam (Turkish bath), and twentieth-century former cigarette and tobacco factory. 

Current exhibition: “Urartian Jewellery Collection Exhibition”

Comprised of 1,100 unique pieces including jewelry and belts from the Urartian era, Rezan Has Museum’s special collection is brought to lovers of history and art through the Urartian Jewelry Collection exhibition. As the most comprehensive exhibition on the jewelry of its respective period, Rezan Has Museum "Urartian Jewelry Collection" exhibition will remain open for visitation at Rezan Has Museum until December 31, 2016.

What else nearby?

Located on the northern coast of Istanbul’s historical peninsula, Rezan Has Museum is close to several important sights such as Greek Orthodox Patriarchate Church (St. George Church), Fener and Balat Neighborhoods, Pantokrator Monastery (Zeyrek Mosque), and Valens Aqueduct.

How can you get to Rezan Has Museum?

Situated in Cibali -on the northern shore of the Golden Horn- the easiest way to get to Rezan Has Museum is to take a bus passing by Kadir Has University bus stop and get off at Kadir Has University bus stop. The bus stops in front of Rezan Has Museum.

Visitor information about Rezan Has Museum

Rezan Has Museum is open everyday between 9 am and 6 pm except national holidays. Entrance to the museum is 5 Turkish Lira for adults and 3 Turkish Lira for children under 12 years old.


DISTRICT
Cibali
VISITING HOURS
09:00 - 18:00
Open everyday
ENTRANCE FEE
5 TL
Official WEBSITE

You can see the objects of one of the past exhibitions of Rezan Has Museum “Silent Witnesses: From Neolithic Period to the Seljuks” through Google Art Project website.

Rezan Has Museum's collection consists of thousands of objects and artifacts dating from Neolithic Period to twentieth century that includes approximately 9000 years.