A unique example of architecture and decorations which includes several museums with a variety of themes that are examples of the integration of Iranian and European architecture. Golestan Palace in Tehran as a Tourist Attraction consists of various sections and museums, including the Hall of Salam, the Mirror Hall, the Marble Tower, Khalvat Karimkhani, the Chambers, the Hall of Table House, the Brielian Hall, the Windcatcher mansion, the Diamond Hall, the Mansion of the Dormitory, the Shamsol Emareh and Abyaz Palace.
The Iranian National Jewish Museum in Tehran as a Tourist Attraction is located in the Treasury of the Central Bank of Iran and is also used as a museum. The Iranian national jewelry collection in terms of the value of historical artistic and unique is in such a situation that even the most eager experts and assessors in the world have not been able to calculate its real or approximate value. Among them you can find the diamond of the Sea of Light, Jade Narayeri, Farah Pahlavi crown, Taj Kiani, globe Jewelry Show, Qajar Peacock throne (sun throne) and Nader throne.
The Carpet Museum of Iran in Tehran as a Tourist Attraction can be considered as one of the few specialized museums in the world. It has been created with the aim of researching the history, education and quality of the carpet industry. The museum's building has an interesting architecture, its marble is facing a mold, and the museum's building has an area of 3400 square meters, consisting of two halls for displaying Persian carpets and carpets.
About Iranian Museums. The first time that Nasir al-Din Shah Qajar traveled to Europe, he observed the works and paintings in European museums, collecting property and court items and creating local places, such as European museums, at Golestan Palace. But the first Iranian official museum, under the direction of the Minister of the time, Morteza Gholi Khan Momtazalmolk, in 1295. He was named one of the Darfelon Dyer Schools and the "National Museum of Iran". But the smallness of this place was caused, in 1304 AD. On the orders of Reza Khan, Masoudieh's mansion belonging to Prince Massoud Mirza was considered for the museum. With the advent of discoveries and historical and historical findings, it finally came to an end on November 12, 1309. The law on the preservation of national monuments and their monitoring was approved by the government. By adopting this law, Reza Khan ordered the construction of the Museum of Ancient Iran.