At the end of Cumhuriyet Caddesi in Kütahya is the Dönenler Camii, a Sufi dervish tekke built in the 14th century. It was restored in 1812 under Sultan Mahmut II and again in 1841 under Abdülmecit I. In 1925, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk outlawed all Sufi organizations and it closed down. In 1959, Dönenler Camii was restored and reopened again.
Other features include inscriptions commemorating the repairs to the mosque in the 19th century, Koranic script, and designs painted by hand.
The tomb of Mevlâna’s grandson, Cenap Ergün Çelebi, is behind a green curtain in the back along with his family.
Next to the mosque is the aşevi (kitchen). Across the street is Ulu Camii.