Turkish coffee culture and tradition was entered to the UNESCO "Non-Material Heritage" list at the year 2013. Due to this, the exhibition: "A Drop of Pleasure: 500 years of Turkish Coffee" have been organized with the cooperation of Topkapı Palace Museum and Turkish Coffee Culture and Research Association. Exhibition can be visited until June 15th 2015
The exhibition Kadıasker Mustafa İzzet Efendi: Callıgrapher, Nay (Oblique Flute) Player, And Composer has opened at the date 8th December 2014 and can be visited between the dates December 9th 2014 and March 10th 2015
Within the scope of events of Blessed Birth Week, the exhibition: "Love for Prophet: Prophet at his birth's 1443th Anniversary" will be on display at the dates between April 9th - July 15th 2014 at the Topkapı Palace Treasury Ward with the cooperation of the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism and Presidency of Religious Affairs.
Five of China’s famous terracotta sculptures, which belong to UNESCO’s World Heritage List, are on display at an exhibition titled “Chinese Treasures,” which opened Nov. 21 at Istanbul’s Topkapı Palace Museum. According to Chinese law, bringing more than five terracotta soldiers out of the country is prohibited.
The Exhibition:“Majesty and Grace: Korean Art” will be on display between the dates 18th June and 29th September in 2013 at The Privy Stables of The Topkapi Palace Museum. The Exhibition is being jointly organized by the Korean Culture, Sports and Tourism Ministry, the Korean National Museum and the Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry.
Istanbul’s Topkapı Museum is commemorating Sultan Bayezıd II on the 500th anniversary of his death with a temporary exhibition featuring many accessories and clothes of Bayezıd, chosen from the Topkapı Museum inventory and collection exclusively.
The exhibition will continue until Jan. 28.
“Sultan Bayezıd II was seen as the protector by society. However, his fame has been forgotten as his father, Fatih Sultan Mehmed, and his son Sultan Selim Han-ı Evvel were very famous and successful,” Topkapi Palace Museum manager Haluk Dursun said at the exhibit opening.