The Rahmi M. Koç Museum, which sheds light on the history of industry, transportation and communication from past to present with its rich collection, reaches those who cannot physically visit the museum due to restrictions from home. The museum offers an enjoyable experience for those who want to learn and see new things in the digital world.
Rahmi M. Koç Museum presents its rich collection to culture and art enthusiasts with a virtual tour, even during its closure period. The museum's collection of over 14 thousand objects, consisting of legends of industry, transportation and communication history, can be visited 360 degrees with Google Street View. Nostalgic train tour, submarine cruise, carousel and playground, planes, classic cars and much more are waiting for visitors in the 23 thousand square meters area of the museum, including indoor and outdoor.
Children both learn and discover
The museum's online learning programs continue in May. In the workshops prepared in accordance with the goals and behaviors of children aged 5-11, different objects are examined closely, from how the Sundial works, to the designs of the first steam cars, from the magical world of underwater to olive oil production. In the workshops, which are held every Saturday and last about 60 minutes, children first explore the museum with a virtual tour, then examine the object of the week and enjoy the fun with a digital game.
With the Virtual Museum on mobile and tablet
Another alternative for those who want to explore the Rahmi M. Koç Museum is the Virtual Museum application… The Virtual Museum, which can be downloaded to mobile phones and tablets via the App Store and Google Play, offers its users a satisfying tour opportunity.