Museums in Turkey
Keskinoğlu is the largest Turkish egg producer as well as a leading poultry meat producer in Turkey. The family has been collecting cars since the 1970s and set up this museum to house the collection
The main collection of the Key Museum, which is built on an area of 7000 square meters, consists of 75 classic cars and 40 classic motorcycles. Apart from these, the museum includes 2550 model cars, 300 automobile mascots (bonnet emblem), and a Shell Gas Station created with original equipment collected from the early 1900s to the 1960s.
Private collection, ranging from a 1899 Decauville to a 1978 Porsche.
The Rahmi M Koç Museum is the first major museum in Turkey dedicated to the history of Transport, Industry and Communications. Housed in magnificent buildings - themselves prime examples of industrial archaeology - on the shore of the historic Golden Horn, the collection contains thousands of items from gramophone needles to full size ships and aircraft. From 1753 horse carriage to 1976 Daimler Limousine: from tiny children's' bicycles to a huge Magirus-Deutz fire engine: the Road Transport department illustrates the history and variety of road transport through the ages.
The Sabri Artam Classic Automobile Museum, which houses one of the largest collections of antique automobiles in Turkey, is located near the top of Çengelköy, on the road that leads to the district of Ümraniye. The museum opened in 1998. It now preserves a collection of automobiles, each one of them with a unique history of its own, for future generations. The Sabri Artam Automobile Museum was the first museum in Turkey to be recognized by FIVA (The International Federation of Historical Vehicles.
The Tofaş factory museum focuses on horse-drawn carriages, but there's a selection of Tofas-built automobiles as well, starting with the Murat 124 from 1971
TÜLOMSAŞ is a locomotive and wagon builder in Turkey. It is the main locomotive supplier of the Turkish State Railways. It has also developed the Devrim, the first Turkish national car in the 1960s. An early prototype is now displayed in the company's history collection.
Ural Ataman's private museum occupies a 2000 sqm land and shows about 50 classic cars.