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A small hall after entering the front-entrance door and a corridor welcomes you. Information concerning the Museum opening hours, the visit route and activities, as well as the history of the building are seen.  

Free Entrance.

Closed on Mondays.

Opening and Closing Hours; 1 September – 31 March: 09:00 - 17:00 / 1 April – 31 August: 10:00 – 19:00    Due to the pandemic, our visiting hours have been updated from 09:00 to 17:30.

Our Museum is open on all official holidays except the 1st day of Ramadan Festival and Eid Festival, the 1st of January ( on New Year's Day) and 1st of May (Labor and Solidarity Day).

Preauthorization is required for taking flash photos.

For Group Visits please get an appointment; (+90286) 211 01 30

Guided exhibition tours are arranged for school groups during weekdays and all services are free of charge. Tours are for groups of a maximum of 25 persons.


Changing (Cold) Rooms I

In this area, there are infos,  wall photographs and souvenir stands related to the hammam culture , where it once used to be the soldiers’ changing rooms. This area, where the guests are first welcomed, form the main gathering and starting point of the other visit route.

Changing (Cold) Room II

There is a donated artefacts exhibition hall, which once was used by the soldiers as a resting area after bathing.  

We gathered well-known artists and collectioners such as Gungör Güner, Niyazi Önen Çanakkale Ceramics, Turkish Republic Central Bank “From Red to Blue” Modern Turkish Painting Art Exhibition, Zehra Özkara Çobanlı, Adil Can Güven, Ayfer Karamani, Yiannis Hatzigiannis & Dimitris Hatzigiannis, Murat Küçükkayalı, Orçun İlter and Ara Güler at our museum and will carry on gathering more.


This area consists of two main sections forming the main section of the Hammam. In the section, where personal care had been carried out before the bathing session during the cold section had been a hammam is now used as Traditional the Traditional Çanakkale Ceramics Collection Exhibition Hall, where arterfacts are exhibited.


As the first cold section remained incapable within the later periods, an additional cold section had been constructed on the right-hand side on the boundary of the hammam yard. The section, currently composed of the Library and Conference Hall has been a host to many meetings, conferences and workshops.


While our guests have the opportunity to begin a journey to the past, they may take a rest at the secret garden planted with locust trees.


In order to meet intense exhibition demands, a temporary exhibition hall has been recently constructed.


Within the furnace section, where the hypocaust section is located,  a design workshop, where the activities are carried in order to create new artefacts take place.