Ibrahim Pasha Palace (Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum) (Türk ve Islam Eserleri Müzesi / Ibrahim Paşa Sarayı), Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum that was located at Complex of Sulemaniye Mosque until 1983 was moved to Ibrahim Pasha Palace after this date on the west of Hippodrome. The Palace that was given as a present to Ibrahim Pasha who was the grand vizier for thirteen years is the only private palace that has reached until today. The building date of the structure is unknown and the parts of the inner courtyard of the structure are used today as a museum. The museum has rich manuscripts, miniature manuscripts and collections of various Turkish- Islamic states of the 7th – 20th centuries. It has unique carpet collections of different periods.
In atnoghraphy section, examples are exhibited regarding carpet-rug counters, wool painting techniques and public life.
Address: Atmeydani Street No:44
Hours: Except Mondays 09:00 – 16:30