The Museum inaugurated in the year 2000 in order to exhibit the Ramsar Palace used by the Royal Family as their relaxation. The exhibition shows the works belongs to the Palace by carrying out research on the varied and diverse works related to the southern boundary of the Caspian Sea.
Due to their special attractions, the whole surroundings along with the buildings have been registered as National Heritage all of which have now become the most popular attraction of Mazandaran Province being visited by Iranian and foreign tourists. This building, dating back to the year 1937, was constructed with area of 600 Sq. M. (6,500 Sq. Ft.) on a land of 60,000 Sq. M (6 hectares) and concurrent with the reconstruction and development of the southern Caspian Sea coastal roads as well as the development of the City of Ramsar.
The façade of the palace is covered with carved marble stones being the result of the Iranian craftsmen giving an everlasting and a unique appearance to the palace so soothing to the onlookers’ sights. This artistic construction depicts only a glimpse of the Iranian
sculptors’ talent and taste during the bygone days. One of the prominent characteristics of this architectural art is the exquisite and varied plaster work which – considering the symmetry of the halls – has offered a variety of designs and colors give the building a
special appearance and a pleasant look.
In the ceremonies and reception hall, one cannot disregard the exquisite geometrical shapes used in the design and the wooden execution of the flooring as well as the relief work executed onto the doors and the
windows. The works present in this museum are: archaeological findings, elegant carpets woven by the talented Iranian carpet weavers, precious paintings from world renowned painters, marble and bronze statue s , crystal artifacts and other unique works from world renowned artists.
Address: Ramsar Martyrs Cultural , Museum Complex Shahid Rajaee Avenue, City of Ramsar , Iran