Museums / Anthropology Museum of the North of Iran
The Anthropology Museum of the North of Iran is a place to get familiar with the life of different races. Also, it is related to displaying the local life in the north of Iran especially Ramsar where there are different objects from everyday tools to other historical tools such as war tools etc. and deals with their history, culture and civilization.
There are important works in the museum including the excavated works from Izgam Dasht of Jennat Rudbar in Ramsar which date back to more than 3000 BC. On the 12th km of the road from Ramsar to Tonekabon, there is an asphalt road which continues to the south and after 42 km, it reaches Jennat Rudbar village and about 1 km west of Jennat Rudbar is the ancient cemetery of Izgam Dasht. This cemetery was excavated by an expedition of experts and as a result, 16 graves were discovered. In the discovered graves, the remains of weapons, decorations, jewelry and pottery have been discovered which date back to the 2nd millennium BC.
First half of the year, every day from 8:30 to 20:30 except Saturdays, Second half of the year, every day from 8:30 to 17:00 except Saturdays (in Nowruz holidays, March 22-April 1, 9:00-18:00)
Next to Ramsar Hotel, Shahid Rejaee Street, Ramsar City, Mazandaran Province, Iran