Sa'dabad Complex

If you want to see an old historical and loyal place, you can choice Sa’ad Abad complex. There are so many history, art and secret things inside of this place.

Sa’ad Abad complex is located, at the foot of the Alborz ranges in the north of Tehran and a cultural and historical complex.Qajar monarchs first built it in the 19th century, Then Reza Shah Pahlavi and his son his son, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi lived there for so many years. After the 1978 Revolution, this beautiful complex became a museum.
 

There are more than 180 hectares of natural forest, streets, qanats, galleries, and museums in Sa’ad Abad complex.

Totally, Sa'dabad complex consists of 18 castles or houses, which are:

1.Ahmad Shah Palace (Currently used by the Women and Family Participation Affairs Organization)
2.Shahvand Palace (Currently Green Museum)
3.White Palace or White House (Currently the National Museum Castle)
4.Special Palace (Museum of Natural History of the past, currently used by the president)
5.Black Palace (Currently the Museum of Current Arts)
6.Shams Palace (Currently the Museum of Human Studies)
7.Ashraf Palace (Named after Mohammad Reza Pahlavi's twin sister, Currently the Museum of Historical Plates)
8.Gholam Reza Palace
9.Mother's Queen Palace (Currently the Republic Building)
Ahmad Reza Palace
10.Abdol Reza Palace (Sa'adabad Control Center)
11.Bahman Pahlavi Palace (Named after Gholam Reza's son, Currently the Training Center)
12.Shahram Palace (Named after Ashraf Pahlavi's son, Currently the Military Museum)
13.Farideh Diba Palace
14.Valiahd Reza Pahlavi Palace (1st castle, Currently the Museum of Behzad)
15.Valiahd Reza Pahlavi Palace (2nd castle, Currently the Museum of Dafineh)
Farahnaz and Ali Reza Palace (Children of Reza Pahlavi, Currently the Museum of Calligraphy and book of Mir Emad)
16.    Leila Palace

Opening time
Open during Monday to Sunday 9:00 to 18:00, last entry 16:30
Contact information
address: Cultural Historical Complex of Saadabad
Shahid Kamal Taheri Street, Shahid Fallahi Street (Zaferanieh), Valiasr Street, Tehran, Iran
Phone : +98 (0)21 22752031-9