Sadberk Hanım Museum is on the sea front at Sarıyer and was purchased by the Koc familiy in 1950. It occupies two separated buildings. The original building is a three-story wooden mansion which is believed to have been built in the late 19th century and also it is said that the museum’s architecture was inspired by Eureopean vernacular traditions.
Sadberk Hanım Museum was converted into a museum in 1980. The original building contains collections related to Turkish and Islamic art, and Ottoman Turkish life, while the second building houses the archeological collections arranged in chronological order. Also there are temporary exhibitions yearly.