The Rahmi M. Koç Museum is a private industrial museum in Istanbul, Turkey dedicated to the history of transport, industry and communications. Rahmi M. Koç, member of the wealthiest dynasty in Turkey and retired chairman of the Koç Group, founded the museum in 1991, which was opened on December 13, 1994. The museum is located in the suburb of Hasköy on the northern shore of the Golden Horn and situated in two historical buildings connected to each other. It is open to public every day except Monday. The museum's general manager is Ertuğrul Duru.
A sister museum, but smaller in size, the Çengelhan Rahmi M. Koç Museum opened its doors in Ankara in 2005, followed by a third Rahmi M. Koç Museum on Cunda Island in 2014.
Tue - Fri: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sat, Sun, public holidays: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. ( - 7 p.m. Apr - Sep)
Submarine visits are timed.
Closed on Dec 31, Jan 1 and on a day before the first day of religious holiday.
Adults: 14 TL
Students: 6 TL
Adults: 7 TL
Students: 5 TL
Official Website http://www.rmk-museum.org.tr/en/index.htm
Phone +90 212 369 66 00
Address Keçeci Piri Mh., Hasköy Caddesi 5 Istanbul, Turkey
Coordinates 41°2'31.685" N 28°56'54.745" E