Maku Baqcheh Jooq Palace, also known as Sardar Palace, has been constructed by Teimour Teimouri, one of the senior commanders (Sardar) of Qajar period. The main building of the palace has been elegantly adorned and it is now visited as a museum. Sardar's Furnitures are also on display in this museum.
Construction of the monument started in Pashakhan's time and ended in Eqbal-al-Saltaneh's period. It took 30 years for its seven inner halls to be decorated. The palace lies in the middle of a large wooded garden with a variety of old trees, and it has an area of 11 hectares. Today, this monument has become a museum because of its artistic and architecture features, and tourists come to visit it every day.