Mudanya Armistice House is a museum in Mudanya, Turkey. The museum is in the house where the treaty that acknowledged the Republic of Turkey was signed. The two-story stone exhibition hall is in Mudanya ilce of Bursa Province. It is on Oniki Eylul road running along the Marmara ocean side. The house was worked in the 19th century by a Russian vendor named Aleksandr Ganyanof, and after that it was obtained by temporary worker Hayripar.
The aggregate land region is 800 meters and the base zone of the house is 400 square meters. It has 13 rooms and two substantial lobbies. In 1936, after a time of reclamation, Ipar gave the house to be utilized as a gallery, and the following year, the exhibition hall opened to the general population. The ground floor contains rooms of the signatories. The upper floor is the living quarters of the Turkish designation. One striking thing is the marble table which was broken by Ismet Inonu when he struck the table amid a warmed talk.