Panorama 1453 History Museum, which was opened on 31 January 2009, was built by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality. Panorama 1453 History Museum, which was opened to the history of Istanbul due to being located opposite the Topkapı-Edirnekapı walls where the Istanbul encirclement passed. Panorama 1453 History Museum has the distinction of being Turkey’s first panoramic museum. It is the only panoramic museum covered on the earth.
Even though the Fethiye of Istanbul is told with small details on the first floor of the museum, Panoramic photo which gives the name to the museum is located in the dome of the museum. The painting, which creates a feeling of being outdoors again in a closed space, has a fascinating effect.
After you enter the museum, you will be presented with souvenir shops in the museum. You can buy yourself and your loved ones mini-items from these shops.
There is a statue of Fatih Sultan Mehmet surrounded by red stripes at the entrance square.
When you turn down a floor from the main wing you will see lots of tables on the road. Read each one individually. You can get information that you do not know or hear.
Panorama 1453 Visit Hours and Entry Fee
You can visit Panorama 1453 Historical Museum between 08.00 – 17.00 each day of the week.
Admission fee for adults is TL 7.5. 15 TL for foreign nationals and 3 TL for students and faculty members. It is also free for old people.
Where is Panorama 1453 and How to get there?
Panorama 1453 Historical Museum is located in Zeytinburnu district of Istanbul.
Address: Merkez Efendi Mahallesi Topkapı Culture Park Zeytinburnu / Istanbul
Phone: (0212) 415 14 53
By Tramway: Take the tram line Kabataş – Bağcılar and get off at Topkapi stop. Transportation is now at walking distance.
By Bus: You can use all IET buses to Topkapı. It is possible to query this subject using the official site.
By Metrobus: Get down at the Topkapi stop. Pass the upper gate in the direction of the historic city walls. It is a short walk from the park.