Masoudieh Palace Tehran

This building was constructed by Naser Al-Din Shah's son, Masoud Mirza (Zal Al-Soltan), in 1878 and therefore is called Masoudieh Building. The first library and the museum were established in this building. Besides, it was also used as cadet at the beginning of 20th century. In 1967 the first Ministry of Education established there.

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A few years ago many people hadn’t even heard its name. Lasting Image impression of old buildings and colorful glass photos of the rooms.

Masoudieh mansion with gardens, orchards is one of the places in the north area of Tehran in the evening.

Masoudieh building complex consists of 5 buildings: forum, Restaurant, spring house,  Seyed Javadi Mansion, Moshir al-Molk Mansion and entrance hall, full of stucco, ceramics, calligraphy, graffiti and in general so exquisite decorations,

Its location Within the Baharestan sq. that many of the most important events in modern history.has happened is another main characteristic of this palace.

Here certainly you could find one of the best breakfasts in Tehran.

The mansion is open to public. The mansion is beautiful and cafe is quite cozy.

But the museum is closed and the corners of the garden is being restored.


Best time for a tour

 Unfortunately closed for now, will update when it opens up

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