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Sadabaad Palace, Tehran
(4.3/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Browse through a vast collection of art and artifacts housed in 19th-century royal residences at Sadabaad Palace. The complex features a number of buildings spread around the grounds, with beautifully maintained gardens and pathways between them. A number of these edifices now serve as museums with specific themes, ranging from anthropology to glassware and handicrafts. Tour some of the royal buildings and their lavishly decorated rooms, and enjoy a peaceful walk through the scenic gardens of the compound. Plan your Sadabaad Palace visit and explore what else you can see and do in Tehran using our Tehran vacation planner.
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  • A small museum, 10 min needed to see it all, and it takes a lot of time to get there. Few rooms, no photos allowed, a commemoration of Shah Pahlavi. If you have nothing else to do, you may see it. 
  • Sadabad Palace Winter Palace of the Shah family. There's a lot of difference in the Palace Museum, and admission tickets from the front door. After entering in your chances of getting a ticket. So far the countries I toured this a ridiculous price policy, I haven't seen a place in Iran in General, museums are tourists ... very expensive. The select in advance the places if you receive a ticket for him a sensible move. There is a statue of an Archer is inside the Palace. I share her story: This Sculpture located at Court Archer Collins Kemangir statue. I used to border disputes between the countries, at the last minute, will be asked to help to try to avoid war, Archer. He scored the Archer reaches the endpoint, the arrow will appoint the country's border. According to the legend, a statue in the garden of the Palace, throwing away the most common hero, arrow and a few more involved in the country to gain ground on the air so hung that arrow bow after thrown from there have died.
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  • Visiting Tehran for business I found some time to see a couple of palaces of the Sa'ad Abad complex. I also visited the main Palace also known as the White House for its color and profusion of marble. Nice in the entrance hall the ceiling with incised motifs and the set. Interesting the various function rooms: the Royal Office, dining rooms, luxurious bathrooms. All visible (and photographed) by transparent panels on the doors. Outside there is a sculpture of a Persian Warrior.
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  • Beautiful place and shows Pahlavi power and greatness. Great to spend an entire morning..
  • Nice palace of the DJ's Sha and it's huge but nothing special
  • kheili zibast
  • An old, and nice place to visit while visiting Tehran.
  • Do not forget to have extra batteries for your camera! Such an amazing place to see some part of the culture.