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Kerman Museums

If you love history and are interested in museums and historical objects and eager to search among historical and valuable objects, Kerman museums can guide you to the depths of Iranian history. Join us to learn more about the Museum of Kerman.

The most famous museums in Kerman are:

Ganjali Khan Anthropology museum(Ganjalikhan public bath)

Ganjali Khan Anthropology museum(Ganjalikhan public bath)

Gangali Khan Bath was used as a public bath until 1927 and changed into an anthropology museum after renovation and construction in 1971. The wax sculptures in this exhibition show how to wash and bathe in Iran and Kerman.

Coin Museum (Ganj Ali Khan mint house)

In 1991 that coincident with Khajoo Kermani's great honoring, this place exploited as a coin museum, this museum different coins that belong to historical different eras such as Arsacides, Sassanid, Omavid Abbasid, Qajar, Pahlavi with relevant information show to the visitors.

Harandi Garden Museum

Harandi Garden Museum

This garden is located in Somayeh crossroad (Tahmasbabad), it is a very beautiful museum garden that is the reminding of Rezashah banishment days. He stayed in this place on his way to Moris Island, the place of his banishment. The central building is two floors and built in the middle of the garden, today uses as Kerman province regional museum. On the first floor, there is a traditional musical instrument museum and on the second floor, there is an archaeological museum. Hossein Masoud, one of the musical artists presented 21 musical instruments to this museum. This museum has been opened by the officials of that time in 2001that the main purpose of this museum to familiarize the visitors with traditional, local, musical instruments of Iran and the neighboring countries. The main aims of the archaeological museum to introduce the old civilization of Iran's southeast region and the relationship between the neighboring civilizations.

Sanatti Museum

Sanatti Museum

This building is located in Shahid Beheshti street (Dr, Shariatti) established by Haj Aliakbar Sanatti, one of the Kerman charitable, which was used as an orphanage. Close to this building, he established a museum for his works. The contemporary art museum was exploited in this place from 2007.

The Zoroastrian museum

The Zoroastrian museum

This museum is located in the fire temple which is opened by the cultural heritage organization director of that time in 2005 coincident with the Tirgan ceremony of the year Yazdgerdi 3743.

The Holy defense museum

This museum is the memorial results and unique phenomena of 8000 Kerman and Sistan Bloochestan martyrs anniversary congress which was established by lieutenant guard general Ghasem Solimani, the commander of Sarallah 41 division, this museum has been planned and designed at 23000 m2 areas land and 2550 m2 foundations by the engineering Mr. Khan Mohammadi

It has many different parts as follow:
-The main building museum (3 floors, 8 saloons).
-The 8 graves of anonymous martyrs of the holy defense.
-The great planning of the Karbala5 war operation model
-The dynamic planning of Valfajr 8 war operations sample
-Ebrat and Basirat saloons
-The museum entry
-The Martyr’s holy shrine
-The martyr’s garden.

War Museum

This museum was established at the old army club building in 2009 which has more than one hundred antiquity. This historical monument has 800 m2 foundations and is without pillars. The museum has about 4000 military equipment from the Qajar era that was collected from Zahedan, Tehran, Ahvaz, and Gorgan provinces. Also, this museum exhibited 50 pictures from the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Ayatollah Khamenei), 50 pictures from the Iraq regiment attack and offense in 1979, some documents from Kerman martyrs during the war, the martyr’s testament, and the remainder works, and two precious tableaus with more than 100 years antiquity.

Jebalieh Museum

Jabalieh Museum
This dome is an octahedral form the building materials used in the dome are stone, and plaster mortar which was registered as a national monument in 1937 after reconstruction and renovation, and changed into a museum in 2004. This museum is located on Shohada Street.

Shah Nematollah dome museum
There are many precious antiquities in this museum and also some old handwritten manuscripts of the Koran that are famed in two aspects (historical background and beautiful handwriting).