Built by Sultan Abdülhamid II in the late 19th century, the palace was used as the sultan’s private residence. The palace museum is situated where Abdülhamid’s carpentry workshop once was and mostly holds the sultan’s personal possessions. Yıldız Palace was the last of the sultans’ palaces to be built in Istanbul, and its location in one of the most central parts of the city makes it a breeze to visit.
|Venue name:||Yıldız Palace Museum||Contact:|
Barbaros Bulvarı, Serencebey Yokuşu 62
|Opening hours:||Wed-Mon 09.00-16.00|