Golestan Palace

Tel: (+98) 21-33113335-8

Arg square, 15th of Khordad street, Tehran, Iran
Visiting time:
Daily: 9 to 17
Entrance fee(Iranian):
Intrance fee(Foreigners):
About: Golestan Palace

This palace goes back to the reign of Safavid Shah Tahmasp I, and consists of some separate palaces and mansions the most important of which was built in Qajar period as the Qajar kings’ place of residence. 
Golestan Palace has been the place of residence for some kings like Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar, Fath-Ali Shah Qajar, Naser al-Din Shah Qajar, Mozaffar ad-Din Shah Qajar, and other Qajar and Pahlavi kings mostly resided in other Palaces of Tehran. 
This palace was registered in the list of World Heritage in 37th annual convention of UNESCO World Heritage Committee in Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia.

General Specifications
Golestan Palace
It's named after the Golestan Hall loacted at the exterior mansion.
Safavid period and after that
Its first founder was the Safavid Shah Tahmasb I, after whom other kings at different times added other sections to it.
UNESCO World Heritage
Important parts to visit
All the mansions and museums of this palace
Duration of visit
An hour to half a day
Nearest tourist attractions
Arg of Tehran, post and telegraph museum, Ali Akbar Sanati museum
Special Offer
For information on the latest changes in entry costs and open days, visit the Golestan Palace website.
Access route
Arg square, 15th of Khordad street, Tehran, Iran
How to access
Access to vehicles
Network coverage
Golestan Palace
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