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  • Visiting hours

Saturday to Friday

8 am

17 pm

Experience 1400 years of history, art and culture in the treasure

The treasure is one of the world's leading museums of art and culture, with a permanent collection of more than 1.3 thousand objects that house more than 1400 years of human creativity. This treasure contains many national collections of Iran and some of the largest sources for the study of architecture, calligraphy, phonology, culture, knowledge, honors and rituals.
  • Address
Isfahan, Hatef St., Moshir St., beginning of Haruniyeh Alley, Moshir Al-Molk Historical House
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The ticket price for each person is 20,000 Tomans

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Who we are
Who we are
About Museum

We are working to protect the heritage of a civilization as large as Islam ... For the first time, we are trying to show the manifestations of Islam in the true sense of the word, that is, what is called Shiism today. Demonstrating what comes from pure and spiritual thoughts ... In the field of art, we chose the three eternal disciplines of calligraphy, architecture and calligraphy to begin the resurrection of the treasure of Islamic heritage. The arts in which Muslims have snatched the lead from the world. The installation of these works in the historical house of Mushir Al-Molk Ansari, the competent minister of Isfahan in the Qajar period, which is a valuable work in the history of Islamic architecture, has added to its beauty. The royal residence and the pool house of the building have created a treasure in the heart of the treasure.

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Museum story
Musuem story
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Zol-e-Sultan was initially in charge of the government of Mazandaran, then in 1288 AH, when he was not more than 22 years old, he became the ruler of Isfahan and later ruled over Golpayegan, Khansar, Boroujerd, Kamra, Malayer, Tuyserkan and Nahavand. He then took control of the provinces of Fars, Kurdistan, Lorestan, Bakhtiari, Khuzestan, and Yazd, effectively ruling half of Iran. These days, Mushir can be called the prime minister and his political wisdom.
Mushir rendered worthy services to Zol-e-Sultan and worked in the development of the country, especially Isfahan. Remove the remnants of the Afghan invasion and restore the former prosperity to Isfahan, but at the end of Nasser al-Din Shah's rule, he defended the constitutionalist clergy, opposed the Tobacco Agreement, confronted the demolition of Safavid buildings, and Zol-e-Sultan's view of property. He (including his house), was killed in 1309 AH by Zol-e-Sultan with Qajri coffee.

After Mushir's death, the house was used to establish the Consulate of the Kingdom of Prussia (now part of Germany, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Denmark, Belgium, the Czech Republic and Switzerland). After that, it was bought by one of the merchants of Isfahan named Haj Hossein Charmi and then Haj Mohammad Samaeian. During his tenure, the Iran-Iraq war broke out and Khuzestani refugees settled in their homes. During this period, the decorations of the building were largely destroyed. However, with the end of the imposed war and the recapture of the house, the path of the courtyard continued and until 1396, it was repaired and rebuilt in three stages by the order of Ayatollah Seyyed Hassan Emami.

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Isfahan, Hatef St., Moshir St., at the beginning of Haruniyeh Alley
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Our duty
Museum duty

Museum of Islamic Heritage (French: Musée du patrimoine islamique) (English: Museum Of Islamic Heritage) is the largest and first museum of Islamic art and culture in Iran in a historic building in the center of Isfahan in Iran. This museum is one of the famous landmarks of Iran and Isfahan, which is located in the direction of Qaisaria Bazaar, in the 3rd district of Isfahan. In this museum, over 1200 works of art related to prehistory up to the 21st century AD have been collected and displayed in an area of ​​1200 square meters. In 2018, the treasure of Islamic heritage has been opened with the beginning of Nowruz and has started its work.

The treasure is actually located in the mansion of Mushir al-Mulk, whose initial restoration began in the late 13th to early 14th centuries by order of Mirza Habibullah Mushir al-Mulk Ansari. Today, the treasure can be seen inside the royal part and the pool house of the mansion. Due to the expansion of the city and also the proximity of this place to Naghsh Jahan Square and Isfahan Grand Mosque has made this place very valuable and full of history to be located between these two historical attractions of Isfahan and to receive various tourists.

Mushir al-Molk, who is also one of the Qajar calligraphers, created great and glorious art in this mansion and displayed calligraphy in the walls of the house to be the manifestation of calligraphy for Iranians. , From Amir al-Mo'menin to contemporary calligraphers as a treasure.

The Treasure of Islamic Heritage is the most important museum in the country in terms of preservation, display and research on Islamic collections in the world. Ganjineh is currently displaying works that reflect the richness of Iranian culture and civilization, art, economic growth, and technological achievements.

What awaits the treasure in the future

It is an ambitious program of development that transforms the treasure. The best contemporary designers at the same time show the beauty and beauty of the main building, which creates new galleries and exciting visitor facilities. In the last 15 years, more than 85% of the museum's public spaces have been transformed to improve accessibility, allowing collections to be displayed elegantly and intelligently.

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job opportunity

These are exciting times for treasure - we showcase very successful exhibitions and events, open great new galleries and facilities, work nationally and internationally, and advance our collections We make it more accessible. We need great people to help us maintain this success.

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