Located on an island on the artificial pond in the second court, called Inner Garden (Has Bahçe), the Island Pavilion was constructed by the architect Raimondo D’Aronco in Art-Nouveau style.
The entrance of the plain-looking pavilion was in the rear of the building. All sides of the island are visible from inside the building. The small-angle roof projects outward, forming short eaves.
The one-story wooden pavilion housed rare birds and fish.
It is located in the 2nd Court.