Ali Gholi Agha, one of the courtiers and princes of Soleiman Shah and Shah Sultan Hossein Safavi Court in early twelfth hijru century, caused a complex being built comprised of a bazaar, chaharsogh, mosque, serra and a bath that is somehow a museum considering its special elegance.
Hammam building with an area of about 1200 square meters is comprised of two complexes called the Great Hammam and Small Hammam. The Great and Small Hammams include octangular and square beinehs, hothouses, reclution and dungeon docks that are the most prominent spatial features of the Hammam. Elegant decorations that were built in three periods of Safavid, Qajar and Pahlavid and are now part of the building are special and architectural features of this bath. When the building was reconstructed and repaired in 1383, Ali Gholi Agha Hammam began its museum activities since New Year 84.