The Ankara Aviation Museum in the north-east corner of the Etimesgut Air Base traces the history of aviation globally as well as locally in Turkey.
The Ankara Aviation Museum in the north-east corner of the Etimesgut Air Base traces the history of aviation globally as well as locally in Turkey. You can also parachute jump from a tower here.
The Turkish and World Aviation History Hall has several international aircraft models as well as those used since the establishment of the Turkish Air Force in 1911. The museum has models, aircraft including MiGs and helicopters, pilot cabinets, aviation uniforms, flags and badges, avionics, and T-33 and F-5 cockpits.
İstanbul Yolu 12. Km., Etimesgut/Ankara, Turkey
+90 312 244 8550
Goksu Park is one of the largest parks in Ankara, with an amphitheatre and a go-carting track
The Ataturk House Museum is a replica of the house in Thessaloniki (Greece) where Kemal Ataturk was born and spent his childhood
The Middle East Technology University’s Science and Technology Museum showcases modern technological tools as well as evolution of technology in Turkey
The Soguksu National Park in Kizilcahamam is 78km to the north of Ankara, and a great place to explore the indigenous flora and fauna as well as thermal springs
Akköpru is the oldest bridge in Ankara, constructed in the 13th century over the Çubuk Çayı creek on the old trade route to Baghdad
The Tabiyat Tarihi Muzesi or Natural History Museum has a wide variety of exhibits tracing the evolution of the earth and life since its formation
Excavated ruins of a typical Roman bath can be seen on Cankiri Street