Museums / Time Museum
Time museum is the first museum of its kind in Iran and one of the C.I.M. museums inaugurated on 15th June 1999. Inside the museum are collections of precious clocks and watches that remind us of the interesting stories of the time. The building is 700 square meters and almost 80 years old with two floors and the whole area is about 5000 square meters. Worthy of mention is that the building is registered as one of the great national masterpieces of Iranian architecture. The building’s façade and plasterworks are a mixture of Iranian and European styles. The plasterwork masters are: Ostad F. Yahyapour, Navid Tehrani and Ali Sheykhi. The wooden doors and windows masters are: Ostad Hosayn and Mohammad Kashi. The history and record of this place goes back to the time of the Qajar kings namely: Mohammad Shah and Nasereddin Shah.
“Room of Isfahanies” The plasterwork of the room of Isfahanies that has been done by the Rouhani brothers in the three years between 1974 to 1977 is the inspiration of Isfahan’s music room of Ali-Qapoo’s palace with Safavid style. The designer of this room, Isa Bahadori, was one of the students of the famous Iranian painter “Kamal-Olmolk”. Furthermore, there is a beautiful painting in this room by the name “Afarinesh” that means creation. In the ceiling corners of the room there is a golden tripod that consists of 99% copper and 1% gold.
Every day from 9 am to 4 pm except Saturdays
Tel: +98 – 21 – 22417336
Parzin Baghdadi Crossroads, Shahid Fallahi(Zaferaniyeh) Street, Valiasr Avenue, Tehran, Iran