The Ihlamur Pavilions are a group of historical buildings located in the Beşiktaş district of Istanbul. It was built by the Ottoman Sultan Abdülmecid in the 19th century. Ihlamur Pavilions consist of two small palaces and a large garden. The palaces were used as places of rest and entertainment for the sultan. Today, Ihlamur Pavilions are operated as a museum by the National Palaces Administration.