Museum Gardens in Tehran, Iran

Greatest Museum Gardens in Tehran, Iran You Want to Visit

By Melina Mehr | Wonders of the World | 1 Oct 2020

Tehran is the bustling capital of Iran, a city full of excitement and attractions, and the museum gardens in this city also have a special charm.

These lush and wooded gardens, while providing a space for breathing and relaxation and showing off nature in the heart of Tehran, also have historic buildings and majestic mansions with special views that are reminiscent of the not-so-distant past of Iran like the Qajar period (dynasty era) and are passages through time. The museum gardens, each of which has plenty to say in case of history and there are gates to the ups and downs of Iran’s chronicle.

You should know in Tehran, the museum tour is mostly dedicated to the holidays and at other times of the year most of the museums in Tehran are empty of visitors, but the garden museums of Tehran are always crowded due to the pleasant climate and greenery and having cafes and restaurants in their surroundings.  

However Tehran has long covered its lush Qajar and summery face with layers of concrete, smoke, cement, and dust, now the only way for us to access the past and its events are through these special museums, which we are going to introduced in this article:

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Melina Mehr
Melina Mehr

I'm a freelance writer, passionate about, music, books and nature.

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