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The Most Entertaining Semester Addresses For Children Are in Istanbul

The Most Entertaining Semester Addresses For Children Are in Istanbul

Istanbul hosts fun, educational and instructive activities where children can make use of their semester holidays. Here are the addresses to go with children…

MINIATURK

Bringing together the rich architectural heritage of the cultures of every civilization that ruled and left their mark on these lands, from Antiquity to Rome and Byzantium, from the Seljuk to the Ottoman Empire, Miniatürk awaits children who want to continue on the Golden Horn. a fairy tale journey.

MINIATURK

RAHMI M. KOC MUSEUM

Spreading over an area of ​​approximately 27 thousand square meters in the Hasköy district on the northern side of the Golden Horn, the Rahmi M. Koç Museum consists of three main sections: the Mustafa Koç Building, the Historical Hasköy Shipyard and the Open Air Museum. Air Exhibition Area.

In the museum, where various educations such as DNA, astronomy, printing and mathematics are given to children, industrial and engineering objects and documents belonging to all periods and all countries from the past to the present attract the attention of children.

RAHMI M. KOC MUSEUM

ISTANBUL TOY MUSEUM

Founded by the poet and writer Sunay Akın, the Istanbul Toy Museum exhibits the most popular examples of toy history from the 1700s to the present.

Istanbul Toy Museum, founded by Akın in 20 years with toys bought from collectors, antique dealers and auctions in more than 40 countries, presents world history to its visitors with a more fun and catchy learning method.

ISTANBUL TOY MUSEUM

CHOCOLATE MUSEUM

The Chocolate Museum in Esenyurt is one of the museums that children will undoubtedly visit with interest due to their fondness for chocolate.

In this museum, there are masterpieces of Turkish-Islamic art, masterpieces of world art, fairy tale heroes, famous legends and waterfalls made of chocolate.

In the main hall of the museum, there are life-size chocolate house, Noah’s Ark and paintings describing the history of chocolate.

Many historical monuments representing Istanbul from the Galata Tower to the Sultan Ahmet Mosque, from the Maiden’s Tower to the 15 July Martyrs Bridge in the Istanbul Hall, and from the Hittite, Ancient Greek, Byzantine and Roman Empires in the Civilizations Hall. exists. The taste of chocolate with paintings symbolizing Ottoman states and nations.

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CHOCOLATE MUSEUM

MADAME TUSSAUDS

The world’s most famous wax sculpture museum, Madame Tussauds, features historical and cultural heroes and nearly 60 famous names from the world of art, sports and politics from the past and present.

While taking a historical tour during the Ottoman and Republican periods, it is possible to see wax statues of many international music, sports and movie stars as well as many names from Turkey.

Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Mimar Sinan, Fatih Sultan Mehmet in the history and leaders department, Zeki Müren, Madonna, Beyonce, MFÖ in the music department, Mona Lisa, Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, Maria Sharapova and Rafael in the science and culture department. There are statues of many famous people, especially Nadal.

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MADAME TUSSAUDS

DARICA Zoo

Visitors to Darıca Zoo, Turkey’s first private zoo, will have the opportunity to see different species from lions to monkeys, from crocodiles to brown bears, from birds to reptiles.

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ISTANBUL BUTTERFLY FARM

It is possible to observe the colorful and delicate members of nature at the Istanbul Butterfly Farm in the Zerzevatçı village of Beykoz. In the farm where 450 butterflies are housed, each of the egg, caterpillar, pupa and adult stages of the butterfly can be observed.

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Other fun addresses for kids this semester:

  • TORIUM SNOWPARK
  • VIALAND
  • JURASSİC LAND
  • LEGOLAND
  • KİDZANİA
  • MİNOPOLİS ISTANBUL

Gül Demirci

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