Çukurambar is a district of Ankara's Çankaya district, located in the Central Anatolia Region of our country. This district, which was known as a slum area in the old years, later underwent urban transformation and was renovated. There are many places you can visit and see in the district, which has become one of the touristic spots of Ankara after its renovation. Since it is approximately 9 kilometers away from Çankaya district, it is possible to reach many public transportation vehicles such as minibuses, buses, especially private vehicles.
There are many different transportation alternatives for those who want to come to Çukurambar district. In order to come to the district, it is necessary to provide transportation to Ankara first. It is very easy to reach the city by road or air. Ankara, which is the capital of our country, is among the favorite holiday and sightseeing routes for many tourists. It is possible to come to the district with daily tours from outside the city, or for vacation or sightseeing purposes.
Anıtkabir is undoubtedly the first place among the places to visit in Ankara Çukurambar. It is almost impossible to come all the way to Ankara and return without seeing this important and valuable place. Other must-see places are Şehit Cuma Dağ Natural History Museum, Ankara Castle, Seğmenler Park and Güven Park. You can find detailed information about these places, whose names we have listed, in our article below.
Anıtkabir is one of the most important monuments of our country. The building where the mausoleum of Gazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk is located; It consists of a total of three parts: the ceremonial square, the monumental road and the mausoleum.
Anıtkabir, which is approximately 4 kilometers away from Çukurambar district, is visited by millions of people throughout the year. In the region where the monument is located, there is also a park called Barış, which consists of a lush green area. It is one of the places that everyone should see before they die.
Anıtkabir, which accepts visitors every day of the week, opens its doors at 09:00 in the morning. Closing times vary from season to season. We recommend Anıtkabir to be at the top of your list of places to visit in Ankara Çukurambar.
Martyr Cuma Dağ Natural History Museum
Another stop where you can turn your Çukurambar tour route is the City Cuma Mountain Natural History Museum. Located on Dumlupınar Boulevard in Çukurambar district, this museum has the distinction of being the first natural history museum in Turkey. It also has the distinction of being the largest museum in our country.
The building, which is among the points visited by those who like to visit museums, consists of a total of three floors. On the ground floor of the museum, a section about meteorites and planets of the solar system welcomes you. It is a must see place for those who are interested in planets. When you go up to the first floor after the ground section, you will encounter the animation showcases of animals and plants that live in our country. After completing this level, when you go up to the second floor, ornamental stones, various minerals and interesting rocks will be waiting for you.
The museum, where many more works are exhibited, accepts visitors on other days of the week except Mondays. Visiting hours are between 09:00 in the morning and 16:30 in the evening. However, since visiting hours may differ each season, we recommend that you contact us before you go.
One of the indispensable places on your list of places to visit in Ankara Çukurambar is Ankara Castle. You should definitely see this castle, which sheds light on the history of the city. There is no clear information about the years when the castle located in Altındağ district was built.
The castle consists of two parts, interior and exterior. The walls located inside the castle, which is among the symbols of the region, were built by the Byzantines. This historical castle, which has more than twenty towers, has two large gates in total. One of the gates is called the fortress and the other is called the outer gate. Today, there are many houses reflecting the Ottoman traces inside the castle.
It is possible to visit Ankara Castle every day and hour of the week. You can see this castle, which is one of the frequent destinations of those who want to take a pleasant journey through the history of the city, and take lots of photos.
Çukurambar district attracts attention with its natural beauties as well as its historical buildings. Seğmenler Park is one of the natural beauty areas you should see. You can reach this park by walking an average of 15 minutes from Çukurambar.
There are many areas in the park such as ponds, amphitheater, children's playground. Located on an average area of 67 thousand square meters, the park has been in service since 1983. There are also places where you can have a picnic in the park. You can have a picnic with your family or friends in the fresh air and spend time alone with nature.
Ankara Cukurambar places to visit list another stop that should be in your city is Güven Park located in Çankaya district. Güvenpark Monument was built by Clemens Holzmeister, known as an Australian architect and designer, in this park, which hosts the natural beauties of the region. It is an ideal place for those who are interested in historical monuments. Before completing your list of places to visit in Çukurambar, do not forget to visit the shopping centers. There are many shopping malls in the region that stand out with their architectural structure. You can spend pleasant hours visiting these shopping malls.