Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was a revolutionist and the first President of Turkey. Atatürk's House & Museum is dedicated to his visits to Antalya; he stayed in this two-storey residence during official visits between 1930 and 1935. In 1986, Ataturk House had been rebuilt and restored, and opened to the public as a national
The distinctive Ottomanstyle, salmon-colored building still features the living room, bathroom, and kitchen. On the first floor, visitors can browse various artifacts from the time, including newspaper and photograph documentation of Atatürk's visits to the city.
There are seven rooms on the house’s second level, including one with a balcony and one with a collection of banknotes, stamps, and coins bearing Atatürks image. The most important room in the house, however, features Atatürk’s various personal belongings,
including his clothes and shoes, which were transferred from the Anıtkabir mausoleum.
The nearest bus stop to the Atatürk House & Museum is the Yenikapı police station stop. The museum is free to enter and is closed on Mondays.