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Iran Carpet Museum

Iran Carpet Museum
If you want to visit a unique beautiful museum of the best handmade Iranian carpet, This is it. The museum is wonderful, the carpets are great, original, colorful, super artistic, historical, strange, excellent and with very high artistic technical that portrays Persian tradition and culture. It is an amazing museum but you need a professional guide to present it.

Glassware & Ceramic Museum

Glassware & Ceramic Museum
A very beautiful octagonal bricked up building in the 7,000-meter-garden, with a 100-years old history from the residence of Iran's prime minister Qavam to the Egyptian Embassy and eventually a museum of glass masterpieces. Elegant brickwork in Seljuk style - colorful traditional windows and spacious rooms that will impress you. It is recommended to all to visit Iran's Museum of Glass and Ceramics (Abgineh Museum). This museum is dedicated to the history of glass and ceramics in Iran.

Reza Abbasi Museum Housing a valuable collection of arts

Reza Abbasi Museum
Reza Abbasi Museum Housing a valuable collection of arts, paintings, calligraphy and the art of the book, the Museum consists of two divisions: Pre-Islamic and Islamic Galleries. This Museum, located in a modern fourstory building, was named after the famous painter of the Safavid period. Its collection covers Iranian Art from 6,000 BC to the 20th century.

The Royal Palaces and Museums of Saadabad

The Royal Palaces and Museums of Saadabad, A green gem on the top of Tehran
The Royal Palaces of Saadabad, are belong to the Qajar and Pahlavi periods, located at the northernmost point of Tehran and in the mountainous region of Darake in north of Tehran. This royal collection based on an area of ??110 hectares. It has about 180 hectares of natural forest, springs, aqueducts, garden, greenhouses and streets.

The oldest of the historical monuments in Tehran

Golestan Museum Palace
The oldest of the historical monuments in Tehran, the Golestan Palace (Palace of Flowers) belongs to a group of royal buildings that were once enclosed within the mud-thatched walls of Tehran's Historical Arg (citadel). The Arg was built during the reign of Tahmasb I (1524-1576, corresponding to 930-948 in the lunar calendar) of the Safavid dynasty (1502-1736), and was later renovated by Karim Khan Zand (1750-1779).

Treasury of the National Jewels

Treasury of the National Jewels
The incomparable "Treasury of the National Jewels", which is open to the public, is a collection of the most expensive jewels of the world, collected over centuries. Every piece of this collection is a reflection of the tumultuous history of this great nation, and the result of the creativity and artistry of the residents of this land. Each piece recalls memories of bitter-sweet victories and defeats, of the pride and arrogance of rulers who were powerful or weak.

National Museum of Iran No visitor can afford to miss the National (Archaeological) Museum

National Museum
National Museum of Iran No visitor can afford to miss the National (Archaeological) Museum of Iran (in Imam Khomeini Ave), the country's mother museum established in 1937. If you make for the Louvre on arrival in Paris, this Museum is your spiritual home in Tehran, where objects unearthed during recent excavations are to be found side by side with objects representing the great periods of history and pre-history. It can be seen in one visit, but we recommend you two visits: one to the pre-historic, Achaemenian, and Sassanian finds on the first floor, and another to the Islamic objects on the second floor.