• Pera Museum Tickets
  • Pera Museum Tickets
  • Pera Museum Tickets
  • Pera Museum Tickets
  • Pera Museum Tickets

Pera Museum Tickets

An immersive half day tour helps you travel back in time.With the local guide, absorb the magnificence of the most exciting places, uncovering the history and nostalgia for all of them.Visit the Pera Museum with artisanal ceramics, tiles, and other Anatolian objects, as well as Osman Hamdi Bey;s celebrated ‘Tortoise Trainer’. Also visit Wander Istanbul’s artsy Cukurcuma district, filled with museums. The Museum of innocence is a sight to reckon with. The experience culminates all and ensures a wonderful experience with an exceptional tour guide.

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Last Updated: 21st May 2024
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  • 4 hour morning or afternoon private tour of Istanbul’s cukurcuma district and Pera Museum.
  • Pera’s Ottoman art awaits your presence.
  • The displays of Kutahya ceramics and Anatolian weights and measures.
  • The nostalgia of the Museum of Innocence.
  • Atmospheric city districts and antique and vintage stores.

What To Expect

In your tour of the famed Pera Museum, you will encounter a historic mix of artifacts, traditional arts, important paintings and modern art. You will find orientalist paintings depicting the Ottoman Culture on one floor, while on the other you will come across different measuring instruments that were once used the by Anatolians. To top it off, you will get a chance to see the masterpieces and outstanding ceramic tiles from the city of Kuthaya, known for its majestic and design rich tiles back in the day.

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Insider Tips

  • The museum’s building was initially known as the Bristol hotel before being renovated into the modern day museum.
  • The museum has held exhibitions for iconic names as Josef Koudelka, Pablo Picasso and Diego Rivera.
  • The best time to visit the museum is 3 PM - 5 PM (Local time).
  • The collection of Anatolian weights and measures on the 1st floor makes up a mesmerizing experiences.
  • The museum is divided into three floors, with each floor consisting of different art exhibitions.
  • Be sure to check the website before booking your ticket, if you want to attend the special events and performances that are held at Pera Museum.
  • The museum hosts offline and online educational workshops for people of all ages, so be sure to check them out as well. 

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Know Before You Go

  • The Museum is closed on Monday.
  • It is operational from Tuesdays-Saturdays from 10 AM to 7 PM, 12 PM to 8 PM on Sundays and 10 AM to 10 PM on Fridays.
  • You can visit the Museum of Innocence and the Cukurcuma as a part of this trip.
  • The tour guide is offered in English, Spanish and Italian.

How To Use

  • Present your printed ticket or mobile ticket, both are acceptable, to the tour operator.


Asmali Mescit, Mesrutiyet Cd. No:65, 34430 Beyoglu/Istanbul, Turkey
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From the Airport: From the Istanbul Airport take bus number H-2 and get off at the "Mecidiyekoy" stop.

On Foot: If you plan on going to the Pera Museum on foot, simply walk down the Istiklal Caddesi Street, away from Taksim Square. Near the bottom end, turn right down Asmali Mescit Caddesi. When you reach a crossroad, turn right, passing the famous Pera Palas Istanbul (Pera Palace Istanbul) hotel. Continue on the same route, and you will see the Pera Museum on the right.


  • What are the Museum Timings?

    The museum timings are as follows on the following days
    Mondays: Closed
    Tuesday- Thursday: 10 AM to 7 PM 
    Friday: 10 AM to 10 PM
    Saturday: 10 AM to 7 PM 
    Sunday: 12 PM to 8 PM

  • Is photography allowed inside the museum?

    Photography without flash is allowed inside the museum.

  • How much time should I plan to visit the Museum?

    The tour is spread across 4 hours, to provide you an experience across the 3 iconic sites.