Chaparkhaneh of Meybod dates back to Qajar era which is registered in the list of Iran’s national monuments with registration number 2767. It has been one of the major post offices and chapars in the past that was established on the ancient Rey-Kerman Road and beside Meybod Inn.
Chaparkhaneh duty was to keep and treat a few fresh horses and messengers to quickly snet and transfer important letters and trust properties. Hence, chaparkhanehs were built in the form of castles so that they can be protected and this importance can be clearly seen in its high towers and walls and the holes for watching, shooting and its appropriate defence position.
This adobe building is given in trust to the Department of Post in Yazd Province to be used and turned into a museum.