No English translations on the museum section, little known, you won’t find many Foreign Visitors here. The abundance of students within here, come to learn more about the success of their rulers. The museum brings to life the conquer of Constantinople in a spectacular way. You walk into a large dome fixture that shows you a Panoramic view of the war between Byzantine and Ottomans for the ownership of the city.
Hurriyet News (Turkeys most famous Newspaper) states:
For those who are keenly interested, a visit to the Panorama 1453 History Museum is a must. There visitors can experience the conquest of Istanbul with three-dimensional views and the music of the Janissary band and relive the morning of May 29, 1453. The panoramic museum has drawings of nearly 10,000 figures and takes up a 3,000-square-meter area. The museum is located in the area where Istanbul was conquered and where Fatih set up his tent on the site of the old Topkapı Bus Terminal. Now it is the Topkapı Culture Park, and it forms a bridge between history and today
This museum for many Turkish is a sign of the willpower, strength, and intellect of Turkish their capability to capture such a dominant city. The Turkish are very patriotic and have a lot of pride in their defeat of several wars. Being in a prime location of trade, this city was wanted by several, and yet the city walls seemed indestructible. This museum gives a visual of the achievement of the Ottomans. Something that no one can take away from them.
Topkapı Culture Park,
Merkez Efendi Mahallesi,