Kucuksu Pavilion was built by Nikoğos Balyan for Sultan Abdülmecid I in 1856. Constructed in Baroque style. This summer palace presently on the site was constructed to replace a former palace which had been torn down.
The exterior is covered with marble, and decorated with rococo embellishments. The Kucuksu Pavilion has a ground area of 15 x 27 metres and contains a basement and two main storeys, the basement containing a larder, kitchen and servants' quarters. Kucuksu Pavilion is now open as a museum.
|Address||Anadolu Hisari, Beykoz, Istanbul|
|Tel||0216 332 33 03|
|Entrance fee||5 TL|
|Visiting hours||Palaces, kiosks & pavilions are closed on Mondays and Thursdays. Kucuksu Pavilion can be visited between the hours 09:00-17:00.|