National Botanical Garden of Iran was established in 1968 in Tehran, Iran, with an area of 150 hectares in which is situated about 20 min outside of Tehran. The botanical garden is classified as semi-arid climate and with mean annual precipitation of about 240 mm. The aim of establishing of the garden is to have an extensive collection of native and non-native plants in open spaces or greenhouses. for more knowing about National Botanical Garden of Iran, please follow up Parvaz Aram Abi …
National Jewels Museum
National Jewels Museum of Iran (also known as the Imperial crown jewels of Persia) include elaborate crowns, thirty tiaras, and numerous aigrettes, a dozen bejeweled swords and shields, a number of unset precious gems, numerous plates and other dining services cast in precious metals and encrusted with gems, and several other more unusual items (such as a large golden globe with the oceans made of emeralds) collected by the Iranian monarchy from the 16th century (Safavid dynasty) on.The collection is housed at The Treasury of National Jewels (the official name) but is known colloquially as the Jewelry Museum. It is situated inside the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran on Tehran‘s Ferdowsi Avenue.
Carpet Museum of Iran
Carpet Museum of Iran founded in 1976, located in Tehran, beside Laleh Park, this museum exhibits a variety of Persian carpets from all over Iran, dating from the 18th century to the present. The museum was designed by the last Queen of Iran, Farah Diba Pahlavi. The museum’s exhibition hall occupies 3,400 square meters (10,200 ft²).
Niavaran & Saheb Qaranieh Palace
The cultural and historical complex of Niavaran & Saheb Qaranieh Palace is situated in a great garden in an eleven hectare area, with historical and natural attractions that belong to the Qajar and the Pahlavi dynasties.
Reza Abbasi Museum
The Reza Abbasi Museum is a museum in Tehran, Iran. It is located in SeyedKhandan. The museum is named after Reza Abbasi, one of the artists in the Safavid dynasty. The Reza Abbasi Museum is home to a unique collection of Persian art dating back to the second millennium BC, from both the pre-Islamic and Islamic eras.
Construction of the general post office building (Post Museum), which is a two-floor building with a basement floor, following a composite of German and Persian architecture. It had been built since 1928 to 1934, when the Municipality and ministry of foreign Affairs were created. This museum has divided in to three parts and also possesses an audio-visual hall and a library of its own.
Glassware and Ceramics Museum
The premises that have been turned into Ceramics museum where glass and clay works are on display were built about 90 years ago upon orders of Ahmad Qavam (Qavam-ol-Saltaneh) for his personal lodging (residence and working office). The building is situated in a garden with a span of 7000 square meters and was used by Qavam himself till the year 1953.
Other Parts of Golestan Palace Complex
Golestan Palace Complex consists of 17 structures including palaces, museums, and halls. Almost this entire complex was built during the 200 years ruling of Qajar kings. These palaces were used for many different occasions such as coronation and other important celebrations.
Salam Hall (Talar-e Salam)
Salam (Reception) Hall was originally designed to be a museum. After the Sun Throne (Takht e Khorshid) was moved to the Royal Jewels Museum at the Central Bank of Iran, this hall was designated to hold special receptions in the presence of the king, hence the name Salam Hall.
Containers Hall (Talar-e Zoroof)
This building replaced the building of Narenjestan in the north of the Ivory Hall (Talar-e Adj). All the chinaware that were dedicated to Qajar kings by the European kings was taken to Talar-e Zoroof and was arranged in show cases which were built for this purpose.