The 'Kepez Open Air Museum' in Dokumapark, where unique architectural works of Anatolian civilizations are exhibited in a reduced size by 25, became the focus of attention of local and foreign tourists.
'Kepez Open Air Museum' in Dokumapark, which is brought to the use of the public by Kepez Municipality, is highly appreciated by the locals and foreign tourists as well as the people of Antalya. In the museum, which was created on an area of 10 thousand square meters in Dokumapark, 84 works belonging to Anatolian civilizations are exhibited. In the museum in the historical Weaving area, which has left its mark on the city's memory, there is a 25th reduced version of Turkey's important architectural works. Appealing to all ages, Kepez Open Air Museum attracts great attention from local and foreign tourists as well as Antalya residents.
84 precious works from Anatolia
At Kepez Open Air Museum; There are 84 very precious works such as Anıtkabir, İstanbul Haydarpaşa Train Station, Konya İnce Minareli Madrasa, İstanbul Soğukçeşme Street, Konya Karatay Madrasa, Sivas Gökmedrese, Konya Mevlana Dervish Lodge, İzmir Artemis Temple, İzmir Selçuk İsa Bay Mosque, İzmir Meryem Church. The museum presents artifacts that have witnessed the history that should be seen in 81 provinces of Turkey. The Miniature City Park Area (Minicity), which Antalya Metropolitan Municipality decided to evacuate within the scope of the 'Konyaaltı Beach Arrangement Project', was brought to Dokumapark with the initiatives of Kepez Mayor Hakan Tütüncü.