I believe that both date to around the 4th C BC.
The final section of the museum is the 'tiled pavilion', which does exactly what it says on the tin. It was built in 1472 for the then sultan, who used it as a base from which to watch sporting events.
This makes it earlier than either the Blue Mosque or Topkapi Palace, and I was interested to see the difference in the style of the tiles - the pavilion had much bigger, bolder designs - I think I would have pegged it the other way around, had I not read otherwise.Inside are examples of ceramics, and an alcove containing a rather lovely peacock, which appeared to be part of the original decor - I think the alcove was a fountain, originally, but I may be mistaken.
And all of this for just 15 lira!