Anthropology Museum of Abarkuh is a cultural Museum located in Abarkuh in Yazd. As a bonus, the Abarkuh Museum of Anthropology has also taken residence in Solat House. Here visitors can see many ancient artifacts belonging to the past Persian society and its unique people.
In the museum archive of the Solat House, there are over 525 historical Persian artifacts in store for tourists and visitors to view. These artifacts include, but are not limited to: various guns and pistols, old documents, coins of Iran’s old currency, the coin of Imam Reza, stamps and items from the Jameh Mosque excavations.
Decorative items, handwritten scriptures, agricultural instruments, bathroom amenities, lighting fixtures, antique music boxes, pottery vessels, crystals and more can be found!
Although the house itself belongs to the Qajar Era, there are some things under its roof that take it even further back. Some items in the Abarkuh Anthropology museum date back to the beginnings of Islam in Iran.
The majority of the items in the museum, therefore, belong to various Islamic periods, especially the Ilkhanate, Safavid and Qajar Dynasties.
Visitors can avail free date change. No cancellations and refunds can be made.