Bursa, the first Ottoman capital, is also the first example of a city shaped by the Ottoman foundation culture. Foundation culture has spread from these lands to the whole world.

Foundations were the charity indicators of Turkish-Islamic culture. Without expecting anything in return; This unique culture, which encouraged Muslim Ottoman Turks to build many monumental buildings such as inns, baths, soup kitchens, libraries, hospitals, schools, mosques, is transferred to future generations by means of the Bursa Foundation Culture Museum. It tells to its visitors about what foundation is, how it developed and how it spread throughout the world.

Tel: 0 224 716 21 68

https://www.bursamuze.com/

http://vakifkulturumuzesi.com/

It is open every day of the week between 09:30 and 17:30 except Monday.