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Carpet Museum of Iran

Beside Laleh Park, Tehran 11369, Iran
+98 912 843 7139
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Carpet Museum of Iran

Absolutely stunning Persian Carpets. Amazing to see the finished product of all those knot tying... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
TravePpro
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Oceanside, California
online history

one the must place to visit in Tehran.its like an online history ... very beautiful carpets... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
BSKarimi
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Esfahan, Iran
via mobile
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“works of art” (5 reviews)
“an art form” (2 reviews)
“various parts” (2 reviews)
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Beside Laleh Park, Tehran 11369, Iran
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+98 912 843 7139
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Absolutely stunning Persian Carpets. Amazing to see the finished product of all those knot tying years.

Thank TravePpro
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

one the must place to visit in Tehran.its like an online history ... very beautiful carpets collected since the past till late centuries... in comparison with the carpet museum in Baku,it is not a modern building with modern amenities but the carpets of here is...More

Thank BSKarimi
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

Iran - Persia - and carpets are synonymous. Here you will see all the different styles from all different regions, from greater Persia - outside modern-day Iran as well. Good explanations of traditional methods and lifestyles. Magnificent works of art on display.

Thank Peter K
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Reviewed 19 June 2018

Excellent place and warm atmosphere Worth spending hours . Highly recommended to see. Really worth .

Thank mary77715
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Reviewed 11 June 2018

just you know IRAN is the famous country for carpet and in here sew carpet from thousands of years and cities ie : mashhad , isfahan , naeen , yazd , kashan and bijar is made carpets in this place you can see the many...More

Thank seyedmousa
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Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

Despite it is the only carpet museum in Iran, it was not worth visiting!😐😏 just a few carpets were exhibited and there wasn’t any guide there to explain!😏 the ticket seller said: most of exquisite carpets are exhibited just in specific occasions!😳

Thank Arzin A
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Reviewed 6 June 2018

If you like carpets and want to see carpets from different regions of Iran, this is the place for you. The collection showcases some of Iran's most beautiful hand woven carpets on display. You can clearly notice how carpets are made in different part of...More

Thank Ali B
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Reviewed 17 May 2018 via mobile

This building and its contents are unique and if one likes to pay a viait to something unique and special this is the place.

2  Thank Max N
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Reviewed 8 May 2018

a colorful visiting with various pattern and color. the carpet museum is close to Lale park and you can walk thorough park and taste grilled corn especially in spring or summer time.

Thank Safora F
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Reviewed 3 May 2018

This museum deserves an hour of your time if you are at all interested in the astonishingly beautiful achievements of Persian carpet makers.

Thank cmarctaylor
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aliusefan
21 April 2017|
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Response from Keighobad E | Reviewed this property |
Hi, you may ask taxi driver to take you to Laleh Park ( or say in Farsi that " Man mikha ham be Park_e Laleh beravam"). When you are in Laleh Park, you may ask anyone about Carpet Museum (or say in Farsi: Man mikha ham... More
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Abdullahkhan98
1 February 2017|
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Response from BardiaSaeedi | Reviewed this property |
I assume that when the term Persian carpet was coined, Iran was known as Persia. However, you can use both Iranian carpets and Persian carpets, they both refer to the same thing. Persian just sounds more 'exotic'.
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reza_tourguide
24 February 2015|
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Response from Len P | Reviewed this property |
Well you can read information until the cows come home IF that floats your boat .All the technical and historical stuff is on the web or in the library . However IF you want the general interesting information you go to one... More
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