The Hayesart Museum of Living History and the Diorama, which has six stories and stories of past civilizations that have come and existed on the territory of Turkey.

The Hessart Museum of Living History and Diorama is located in the Chaglayan district of the European section of Istanbul. It is the most comprehensive museum in the world in terms of the number of three-dimensional structures in it.

The museum depicts some of the military events and civilizations that have shaped the history of the world. It depicts the Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire, the Ottoman Empire, the War of Independence and the First and Second World Wars, and presents it on an area of ​​1,500 m 2.

One of the most important features of the museum is that it is the only one in the world in terms of the style of presentation, in addition to the fact that many of the monuments are not found in any other museum around the world.

The museum consists of 6 floors:

The terracotta empire, the Ottoman Empire and the Byzantine Empire are exposed in the terracotta character. On the first floor, the museum displays Ottoman monuments with chronological order.

On the second floor, the museum depicts the Balkan War, the Tripoli War, World War I and the Sari Qamish incident. On the third floor, the museum exhibits the effects of World War I and World War II.

On the fourth floor there are traces of the peace process in Cyprus, the wars of Korea, Vietnam and the Gulf. While on the fifth floor there are workshops for management, in addition to cafeteria.