Tehran,Pahlavi Dynasty Heritage
Explore Persia Contemporary era since the country reestablished its identity by Pahlavi dynasty, the last royal family of Persia. Tehran is a great combination of tangible and intangible clues of culture, which shows you the development of fine arts and architecture as a rule of lifestyle over time, also depicts you the influence of kingdoms to shape the root of Persian culture.
Sa’ad Abad Complex which is located in Darband area at the footage of Alborz mountain range with green atmosphere and very pleasant weather so proves itself as a royal resident for two dynasties from Qajar to Pahlavi in past two decades. Sa’ad Abad embraces palaces, museums and galleries which depicts Persia contemporary era in detail.
Iran National Museum as the cradle of Persia story that holds archaeological collections in two separate structures; Ancient Iran Museum and Museum of Islamic Period to present you with culture, art and history of Iran.
National Jewelry Museum, where shines for the beauty of the diamonds, jewels and royal heritages, to feel kingdom lifestyle better.
How to Get There
Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA).
Drive 50 km to the city center.
When to Visit
Tehran is a four-season city which shows its highest beauty in spring and autumn, so plan your tour to enjoy the greenness of the capital since the beginning March to the end of April or have a trip arg the end of summer for capturing picturesque landscapes of autumn since the end of September to the end of November.
How to Visit
Divide your trips to some days for a different area of Tehran, let’s dedicate one day to north part to enjoy the cool weather among palaces and museums, the other day to the city centre to visit Unesco World Heritages the mansions and the third day to the walking Street of Vali’Asr to feel a hundred year of stories.
Tehran, Pahlavi Dynasty Heritage
Sa’ad Abad Complex,
09:00 A.M – 06:30 P.M ( Spring & Summer ) Depend on Visiting Monuments
09:00 A.M – 05:00 P.M ( Autumn & Winter )
Iran National Museum & Islamic National Museum
09:00 A.M – 07:00 P.M ( Spring & Summer )
09:00 A.M – 05:00 P.M ( Autumn & Winter ) 1.000.000 IRR
National Jewelry Museum,
02:00 P.M – 04:30 P.M (Sat to Tue) 200.000 IRR
Note: Due to especial holidays the sites would be closed.
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