Afif-Abad Military Museum
Sattar khan Blvd., Across from Afif Abad St.
+98 71 362 665 41
 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
 Open every day
Afif-Abad Military Museum opened in 1991 and displays ancient weapons, hand-woven carpets and furniture.
Arg-E-Karim-Khani Anthropology Museum
Arg of Karim Khan
+98 71 322 476 48
 8:30 am – 17:30 pm
 Closed on religious holidays
Arg-e Karim-Khani Museum is an anthropological museum, which houses old Qurans, manuscripts, pre-Islamic relics and modern items.
Coin Museum
Bagh-Melli (National Garden)
Coin Museum opened in 2011 and has a collection of coins from the Achaemenid to the Qajar eras.
Eram Decorative Stones Museum
Eram Garden
+98 71 322 725 38
 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
 Closed on religious holidays
Eram Decorative Stones Museum is located in Eram graden and displays marine and decorative stones.
Fars Anatomy Museum
Azadegan Blvd., Moddares Blvd.
+98 71 372 690 40
 Sat.- Wed. from 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
 Holidays from 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
 Closed on religious holidays
Fars Anatomy Museum houses a collection showing human and animal evolution. The museum also has animal specimens and human and animal castings.
Fars Carpet Museum
Lotfali Khan St., Next to Fars History Museum
The Shiraz Carpet Museumis located in the Karim Khan Farrash Historic House. The museum houses over 60 exquisite hand-woven carpets unique to Shiraz. Shiraz carpets mainly feature red and brown colors and often use diamond-shaped lozenges as the primary motif. The Shiraz carpet is the only Persian rug that depicts nightingales.
Fars History Museum
Lotfali Khan St., Between Mosaddeq and Ahmadi St.
+98 71 322 341 81
 8:00 am – 7:00 pm Saturday To Wednesday
 9:00 am – 2:00 pm / 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm on Fridays
 Closed On religious holidays
Located in the basement of the Zinat ol-Molouk House, Fars History Museum houses a collection of wax statues of influential and famous Iranian figures who hailed from Fars Province.
Haft Tanan
Quran Gate, Towards Kouhpayeh Park, End of Haft Tanan Blvd.
+98 71 322 778 77
 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
 Closed on Mondays
Haft Tanan Museum opened in 1991 and houses seven tombstones belonging to famous Zand era mystics. The museum also has a number of notable wall paintings.
Music and Sounds Museum
Ahmadi St., Next to Masjed-e No, (Manteqi Nejad House)
+98 71 322 309 93
Music and Sounds Museum opened in 2012 and houses a collection of old music recording and playing equipment, musical instruments, books on music and photos. It also has specialized music archives.
Narenjestan Museum
Lotfali Khan Zand St., Next to Darb-e Sheikh
+98 71 322 202 57, 71 322 243 81
 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
 Closed on religious holidays
Naranjestan Museum opened in 1969 and houses archaeological finds, antiques and Islamic period artifacts.
Natural History and Technology Museum
Azadegan Blvd., Moddares Blvd.
+98 71 372 660 08, 71 372 690 40
 Sat.- Wed. from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
 Holidays from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
 Closed on religious holidays
The Natural History part of the museum was opened in 1974 and the Technology section was opened in 1986. The museum has taxidermy animals, fossils, medicinal plants, geological items and anatomy displays.
Pars Museum
Shahrdari Sq., Across Arg of Karim Khan
+98 71 322 241 51
 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
 Closed on Mondays
Pars Museum is located in the Nazar Garden and was opened in 1946. The museum houses archeological finds, ceramics and manuscripts.
Persepolis Museum
Persepolis
+98 728 443 22 48-9
 Sat.- Wed. from 8:00 am – 3:30 pm
 Holidays from 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
 Closed on religious holidays
Persepolis Museum, which opened in 1937, houses archeological finds from Persepolis as well as Achaemenid artifacts.
Qajar Museum
Nasir Al-Mulk Historical House, Lotfali khan Zand St.
+98 71 322 442 42
Qajar Museum, which is located in the Nasir al-Mulk mansion, houses a variety of Qajar era items such as clothing, vessels and ornaments
Sassanid Museum
Kazeroun, Bishapour Historical Site
+98 722 242 23 60
This museum was established by Professor Girschman in 1938. The museum houses Sassanid relics, ceramics and carved stones.
Shah Cheragh Museum
Shah Cheragh Shrine, Bab al-Reza
+98 71 322 378 48
 7:30 am – 9:00 pm
 Open every day
Shah Cheragh Museum, which opened in 1963, has a collection of handwritten Qurans, manuscripts, pre-Islamic vessels, glassware, porcelain, coins, textiles, seals and old lamps.
Shiraz Art Museum
Before Shah Cheragh Shrine, Sang Siah Alley, Meshkin faam Museum
+98 71 322 263 08
 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
 Closed on Fridays and religious holidays
Shiraz Art Museum is located in the historical Forough ol-Molk House. This is a private museum, which houses a collection of paintings, the calligraphy work of a few renowned master calligraphers, and the stone carvings and stone relief art of Habib Meshkinfam (1915-2001).
Traditional and Ritualistic Clothes Museum
Ghaani St.,South of Shohada mosque, Haft Pich Alley, Salehi House
Traditional and Ritualistic Clothes Museum opened in 2005 in the Qajar era Salehi House. The museum displays a collection of traditional clothes and ritualistic robes from different parts of Iran.