Dilek Peninsula National Park Museum and Cultural Centre

It’s located in Söke District’s Doğanbey Neighborhood. It was built as a hospital in 1890, and later used as a school by the local Greeks. It was damaged during the population exchange and turned into ruins due to lack of care. After the neighborhood had been assigned to National Park, the structure was turned into an information and visitor office. Inside the museum, embalmings and bones of the animals that live in the national park are on exhibition. Also, there is a pelt that belongs to the extinct Anatolian leopard on display in the museum.