National Jewelry Museum

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  • Address: Tehran Province, Tehran, Javadiyeh, 213 Avenue Central Bank of Ferdowsi, Iran
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  • Timings: 02:00 pm - 04:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +98-2164464700
  • Ticket Price: 200000 IRR
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Family And Kids, Exhibition

One of the most ancient cities of the world, Tehran exudes a certain opulent charm of its own. And if you wish to see that opulence, you must visit the National Jewellery Treasure that exhibits the most dazzling Crown Jewels of Iran. This treasury is famous for holding Tehran’s most marvellous possessions: the Qajar monarchs’ jewels. These astonishing gemstones and jewellery have been kept in display for public view but very few people can examine them from a close. The treasury is owned by the Central Bank and is one of the prime attractions of the city. Most of its exhibits date back to Safavid times, an age when the shahs travelled through Europe, India and the lands of the Ottoman Empire to snatch their booty. The centre of attraction here is the Darya-ye Nur translated as the Sea of Light, which is a pink diamond weighing 182 carats and claims to be the largest uncut diamond in the world.

  • Students and researches: 20000 Rials
  • Local visitors: 40000 Rials
  • Tourists: 200000 Rials
  • Under 12 years old not allowed.

  • Closed on weekendsand Public and Bank Holidays.

  • By Bus Station: Behjat Abad

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  • National Jewelry Museum Address: Tehran Province, Tehran, Javadiyeh, 213 Avenue Central Bank of Ferdowsi, Iran
  • National Jewelry Museum Contact Number: +98-2164464700
  • National Jewelry Museum Timing: 02:00 pm - 04:30 pm
  • National Jewelry Museum Price: 200000 IRR
  • Time required to visit National Jewelry Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 37.81% of people who visit Tehran include National Jewelry Museum in their plan

  • 89.77% of people start their National Jewelry Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see National Jewelry Museum

Monday, Saturday and Sunday

54.93% of people prefer walking in order to reach National Jewelry Museum

People normally club together Glassware And Ceramic Museum Of Iran and Tehran Museum Of Contemporary Art while planning their visit to National Jewelry Museum.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • No cameras allowed in and there is a tight security to make sure you dont pass anything you should or dont touch the glasses. There is a free cloakroom for all the bags. Inside is quite impressive, even a bit obscene if you think about it. You can admire the biggest diamond in the world, loads of emeralds, yellow diamonds, pearls...

  • it is really beautiful and one of the most valuable museums in the world. its security is so high and you should deliver your mobile and sth like that before visiting. you can get more information by listening to local tour guide, both persian and english language

  • It’s one of the most attractive target of tourists in tehran. I’ve never seen a place in tehran with such a huge number of tourists in one place before.

  • Its the most impressive museum in our country.It is located in the building of Iran Central Bank in the Treasury.Musume is open from Saturday to Wednsday from 14 p.m to 16:30 p.m. There are a lot of jewelry inside and they do not let you to take pictures. I recommond you to visit this museum.

  • A small touristic attraction located in the central bank of Iran. A must seen place where you can see unique pieces of jewelry and valuable stones. 200.000 riyals per tourists (october 2018).

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