Sheikh Safī's mausoleum has a collection of impressive monuments, fine structures and artistic decorations, of which the porcelain house has been turned into a museum. The architectural style of this edifice resembles that of Āli-Qāpū Palace in Esfahān. It is an octagonal, dome-covered room, with four shāh-neshīns (elevated recesses). The stalactite works of this structure are fine specimens of the constructional and decorative devices of the Safavīd period. This museum was inaugurated in early 1991.