Open every day except Mondays between 10.00 and 18.00
Hasanpaşa Gashouse was founded in the late nineteenth century to provide energy for the Anatolian side of Istanbul. Closed in 1993 after the switch to natural gas, it was one of many built to illuminate the city's streets at the time. Thanks to the long-running, diligent efforts of Hasanpaşa residents and an extensive restoration carried out by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, the 130 year-old power plant was converted and gifted to the city as a museum and community space in 2021. Located at the heart of its neighbourhood in Kadıköy, today's Gashouse is called Müze Gazhane and offers young people stages, libraries and spaces for working, exhibitions and events open 24 hours a day. When you visit this vibrant space, spend some time relaxing in the garden with the resident cats. As you leave, heading for Söğütlüçeşme Train Station or the Yeldeğirmeni neighbourhood, you will come across narrow streets where everything seems to be stacked on top of each other, and where the bustling neighbourhood buzzes with noise.
Disabled access available.
Food and beverage facilities available.
Car parking available.
- Arahmaiani Müze Gazhane
- Arazi Assembly & Topological Atlas Müze Gazhane
- Nirwan Ahmad Arsuka Müze Gazhane
- Atıf Akın Saha Studio, Müze Gazhane
- Martha Atienza Müze Gazhane
- Devenir Universidad Müze Gazhane
- Ângela Ferreira Müze Gazhane
- INLAND – Fernando García-Dory Müze Gazhane
- INTERPRT Müze Gazhane
- In Time / On Ground – Merve Elveren & Çağla Özbek Pera Museum, Performistanbul, Müze Gazhane
- Pratchaya Phinthong & Chairat Polmuk Müze Gazhane, Barın Han
- Laura Anderson Barbata Müze Gazhane, Zeytinburnu Medicinal Plants Garden
- Lieko Shiga Pera Museum, Müze Gazhane, Küçük Mustafa Paşa Hammam
- Ahmet Öğüt & The Silent University Team Saha Stüdyo, Müze Gazhane
- Orkan Telhan Müze Gazhane
- Yee I-lann Müze Gazhane