Sa’adabad cultural-historical complex consists of 18 small and large palaces belonging to Qajar and Pahlavi dynasties. It is located in Darband Valley, the northernmost and freshet istrict in Tehran. The complex is one of the largest and most important museum complexes of Iran and the world, whoses visiting in during New Year holidays could be enjoyable. The oldest palace here is “Ahmad Shahi Palace” whose construction was finished in the first years of his reign. The newest palace, on the other hand, is “the Palace of Leila Pahlavi”which belonged to the youngest daughter of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi.
This complex houses a variety of valuable palaces and museums. Some artworks of different countries are also being displayed in “the Museum of Nations’ Art” in Sa’adabad Complex.
Sa’dabad Complex was registered in Iran’s National Heritage in 1997 under the registration number of 1957.