Istanbul's Rahmi M. Koc Museum Half Day Tour - Private): Located on the northern shore of the Golden Horn in the Haskoy area of Beyolu, this is Turkey’s first major museum dedicated to Transport, Industry & Communications. It lies on three separate parts of around 27,000 square metres.
The Museum is part of the Rahmi M. Koç Museology and Culture Foundation, which is a private non-profit institution dedicated to the collecting, housing, researching, preserving and exhibiting of industrial and engineering objects and their documentation from all countries and periods up to the present day. The Museum uses its collections and resources to inform, inspire and delight the general public, to attract more visitors to museums as well as cultural activities in Turkey, and to support research into industrial history. Collections include a very large number of cars, motorcycles, horse-drawn carriages along with trains, boats & ships. The Museum is reserved for large scale and durable objects such as a submarine, ferry boat and aircraft as well as thousands of smaller items such as gramophone needles.
A “hands-on” gallery is perfect for kids where they can climb all over a vintage car, sit in the cockpit of a real plane and try the controls or try real-life scientific experiments.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up available only in hotels located in Sultanahmet, Aksaray, Sirkeci, Beyazt and Taksim areas.
Pick-up time: At 10am.
Drop-off time: At 2pm.