Golestān Museum is divided to seven parts:
1- Anthropology Museum
2- Diamond Building
3- Akskhāneh (House of Photography)
4- Howzkhāneh (House of Piscine)
5- Negārkhāneh (Picture-Gallery)
6- Shams-ul-Emāreh Building.
7- Marble Throne Verdana and Gushvāreh rooms
A list of ancient masterpieces, shown in this Museum, are: Guiveh, Pottery, Stone works, Metal works, Felt, Calico, Bride Models, Marriage Papers, Stationary, Music Instruments, Ghaveh-Khaneh (Coffee House) Models, Slipper and Stocks, Weapons, Travel Necessities, Ashura Hall, Passion-Play Accessories, Duskami (big glasses for wine), Nakhl and Korsi. A big library is completed this Palace and Museums. Ancient Building of this Museum, were the Palace of Kings, in Past. For some people visit Buildings is more interested than Museums.
Golestān Palace complex is all that remains of Tehran's Historical Citadel (Arg) which once glittered like a jewel. This historical Arg was built at the of Shah Tahmasb I in Safavid period. It was reconstructed at the time of Karim Khan Zand and was chosen as the venue of the royal court and residence at the time of Qājār Kings. Nasser ad-Dīn Shah introduced many modifications in Golestān Palace buildings during his reign. Construction started in 1865 and was completed in two years. Building was designed by Moayer-ul-Mamālek and its architect was Ostad Mohammad Ali of Kashan. Its balanced design, set off by two towers, is typical of Persian Architecture as is the multiple display of arches, tile work and Ornate windows.
History museum Tehrān
This museum inaugurated in 1996, displays 500 works of art on the 200 years old history of Tehran; also shown cultural penetration from Western to Eastern countries, like Iran (specially in Qājār Dynasty).
In opening space, observed special image of Persian carpet (Medallion-corner) in the form of Garden. Its floor has been decorated with Aigrette (Traditional decoration of Persian carpet) image by stone.
Exhibition involves Qajar painting from painters like Kamalolmolk, Mosavarolmamalek, Sanii Homāyūn, Hussein Khatāl and the others, and also observed some dishes made in Iran, which some offered by European Kings. Here, found a picture-gallery, has got periodic programs to exhibit ancient pictures of Tehran.