Rahmi M. Koc Museum

Located on the shores of the Golden Horn in Istanbul, the museum is based on the site of the historic Hasköy Dockyard, built in 1861. Fourteen single-storey stone, brick and timber buildings plus the historic ship cradle and lathes were restored and extended. The original buildings were emptied, and a number of sheds and office buildings were demolished and replaced by a single-storey building containing a small conference hall and restaurant. The museum now comprises more than 11,000 square metres of galleries and offers a wide range of cultural activities, including seminars and concerts.
Variant Names Rahmi M. Koç Müzesi, RMK or R.M.K., Museum of Transportation, Industry and Communications (Ulasim, Endüstri ve Iletisim Müzesi), formerly Hasköy Dockyard (Hasköy Tersanesi ve Lengerhane)
Street Address 27 Hasköy Street, Hasköy District
Location Istanbul, Turkey
Architect/Planner Bülent Bulgurlu
Client Rahmi M. Koç Müzecilik ve Kültür Vakfi
Date 1861, museum 2001
Centuries 19th, 21st
Decade 2000s
Building Type public/cultural
Building Usage museum

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