Ataturk's House Museum is a national historical center in Antalya, Turkey committed to the visits of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk to this city. The exhibition hall is situated in a two-story copy house, which was reconstructed unique. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk remained amid his official visits to Antalya in 1930 and 1935 in the manor that had a place with the governorship of the region. In 1984, the building was given over to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism to be changed into a house historical center. The building must be separated in the edge of city's road extending venture. With the monetary help of a neighborhood power dissemination organization, the house was modified at a similar area.
In 1986, the historical center opened to the general population. At the main floor, daily papers, photographs and records identifying with Ataturk's visits to Antalya between March 6– 10, 1930 and February 18– 19, 1935 are in plain view. At the second floor, there are two working rooms and a room. At another area on that floor, an accumulation of banknotes, coins, memorial coins and postage stamps issued since the decree of the Republic is on the show. The most critical piece of the gallery is the stay with individual assets of Ataturk, which were brought from Antkabir, the catacomb in Ankara.