Turkish Islamic Arts Museum
Yeşil Madrasah, which was built by Çelebi Sultan Mehmet in 1419 as one of the buildings of the Yeşil Tomb, together with a mosque, imaret, tomb and bazaar, is now used as the Museum of Turkish-Islamic Arts. The building, which hosted the Bursa Archeology Museum between 1930-1972 and was a general museum, has been opened to visitors as the Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum since 1975.
In the museum, tiles and ceramics from the Seljuk, Beylik and Ottoman periods (Iznik, Kütahya) from the 13th century to the 20th century, wooden, carved and inlaid works, examples of Turkish metal art, tombak and other metal artifacts, and Seljuk and Ottoman coins, traditional Turkish handicrafts and clothes are displayed.
Visiting hours: 10:00 - 17:00
Open Days to Visit: Every day except Monday
Tel: (0224) 327 76 79