PTT Pul Müzesi
|Location||Atatürk Bulvarı No: 13 Ulus / Ankara|
|Collections||Ottoman Empire, Turkish Republic, Other countries|
The museum is in Ulus neighborhood of Ankara at . The museum building was the headquarters of a former bank named Emlak ve Eytam Bank. It was planned by Clemens Holzmeister, the renown Austrian architect and was built in 1933-34 term. It is a five floor building with a total area of 6,500 square metres (70,000 sq ft). After the bank was merged to another bank in 1946  the building was handed over to Turkish PTT. In 2013 after renovation the building was opened to public as a stamp museum.
- Cultural heritage
- Atatürk (founder of Turkey)