Went to this Military Museum on a lazy afternoon. The museum was not crowded at all and I felt so peaceful and unhurried. Most of the exhibits have English translation. The layout was in chronological order and did a good job of telling the history of Turkey from the military perspective.
I also liked the 3 arrows which indicated the length of tour you wish to have - short, medium or long tour. If you have plenty of time, follow the long tour if not, do the short. The Kemal Mustafa Ataturk classroom was interesting.
Unfortunately the Royal Mehter band was away for a week-long tour so I missed this unique experience.
Overall, it is a good museum but not as good as the Army Museum in Paris.
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