The mansion, known as Imamizade Raşit Ağa Mansion and serving as Atatürk House and Museum today, is the XIX. It is an old Turkish house from the Late Ottoman Period, built in the 19th century. In addition to its cultural importance, the mansion has historical importance in terms of hosting Mustafa Kemal ATATÜRK in Kayseri. On 19-20 December 1919, on behalf of the Representation Committee, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was hosted for two nights in this mansion on his first visit to Kayseri. The mansion, which was registered as Immovable Cultural Property Required to be Protected in 1976, was expropriated by the Ministry of Culture in 1978 and was opened to visitors as “Atatürk House” in 1983. On 19 December 1998, the second floor of the building was reorganized and started to serve as the "Atatürk Museum".