Armenian Museum
Shariati St., Next to Saint Mary Church
 Closed for now
Armenian Museum of Tabriz, which opened in 1966, houses manuscripts, scrolls, coins, sculptors, paintings, epigraphs, artworks and antiques.
Azarbaijan Museum
Saat Sq., Imam Khomeini St., Next to Khaqani Park
+98 41 352 616 96
 8:00 am – 6:30 pm
 Closed on Mondays
Azarbaijan Museum is one of the most important museums in Iran, which was opened in 1962. Aside from the National Museum of Iran in Tehran, this museum has the biggest collection of pre-Islamic artifacts in the country. The museum has three galleries, the first one showcases pre-Islamic artifacts and remains, the second gallery showcases Islamic finds along with coins and seals and the third gallery houses sculptors.
Caricature Museum
Golestan Park, Art House (Khane-ye-Honar)
+98 41 328 430 94
Caricature Museum, which opened in 2006, has a collection of 60 caricatures from different international cartoonists as well as 50 other creative cartoons.
Ceramics Museum
Shams-e Tabrizi St., Saraflar Alley, Nowrouzi St., No.100
+98 41 352 424 58
 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
 Closed on Fridays
Ceramics Museum of Tabriz also known as the House of Ceramics opened in 2005 in a Qajar era house. The museum houses ceramic works by masters of this art and has workshops to teach pottery and ceramics preparations.
Constitution Museum
Namaz Sq., Across from the Constitution Jame Mosque
+98 41 352 563 23
 9:00 am – 6:30 pm
 Closed on Mondays
Constitution Museum, which opened in 1996, is located in the Constitution House of Tabriz. The museum houses sculptures of famous Constitutional Revolutionaries, their personal belongings, and their weapons as well as several issues of the underground newspaper of the revolution, a printing machine which was used in the house, and numerous photos from the revolution. A room in the house has been dedicated to the role women played in the Constitutional Revolution.
Iron Age Museum
Imam Khomeini St., After Azarbaijan St.
+98 41 352 574 69
 8:00 am – 2:30 pm
 Closed on Fridays
Iron Age Museum of Tabriz opened in 2006 and houses Iron age finds from different archeological digs at an ancient cemetery.
Measures Museum
Salmasi Dead-end, Maqsoudieh Alley, Imam Khomeini St.,
+98 41 355 424 58-9
The Measures Museum of Tabriz, which opened in 2002, is located in the Salmasi House, showcases old watches, compasses and meteorological instruments and equipment.
Moharram Museum
Namaz Sq., Rasteh Koucheh St., Behind the Fire Station
+98 41 352 347 38
 Sat.- Thurs. from 8:00 am – 2:15 pm
 Closed on Fridays
Moharram Museum, which is located in the Sehati House in Tabriz, opened in 2008. The museum displays items detailing the history of Ashura and the battle of Karbala.
Municipality Museum
Shahrdari Sq., Municipality Building
+98 41 355 391 98
 Sat.- Thurs. from 8:00 am- 6:00 pm
 Fri. from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
 Open evey day
Municipality Museum, which opened in 2007, is located in the Tabriz Municipality Palace or the Saat Tower. Part of the building has been turned into a museum which houses historical maps and photos of Tabriz as well as antiques like the first taxi cabs.
Museum of Quran and Manuscripts
Saheb-ol-amr Sq., Saheb-ol-amr Mosque
+98 41 352 527 33
 8:00 am - 2:30 pm
 Closed on Fridays
The Museum of Quran and Manuscripts is located in the Saheb-ol-Amr Mosque and was opened in 2001. Handwritten Qurans, old manuscripts and calligraphy works by prominent Tabrizi calligraphers are displayed in the museum.
Natural History Museum
Azadi St., Before Touba Mosque
+98 41 333 435 13
 Sat.-Wed. from 8:00 am – 2:15 pm
 Thurs. 8:00 pm - 1:15 pm
 Closed on Fridays
Natural History Museum, which opened in 1993, houses taxidermy animals.
Ostad Bohtouni Museum
Maghbart-o-shohada, Aref St., Next to Islamic Association
+98 41 352 582 43
 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
 Open evey day
The different sculptors and replicas of fruits and foods created by master Bohtouni are housed in this museum.
Parvin Etesami Museum
Farabi St., Before Mansour Bridge, Parvin Etesami Alley
+98 41 352 328 03
 Sat.-Fri. from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
 Open evey day
Parvin Etesami Museum is located in the home of poetess Parvin Etesami (1907-1941). The museum displays the belongings of this poetess, her documents and notes.
Qajar Museum
Sheshgolan St., Next to the Children
+98 41 352 365 68
 Sat.-Fri. from 8:00 am – 6:30 pm
 Closed on Mondays
Qajar Museum of Tabriz, which opened in 2006, is located in the Garousi Traditional House. The museum showcases old coins, weapons, porcelain, glass dishes, Khatam (inlaid wooden objects) and musical instruments.
Shahriar Museum
Saat Sq., Maqsoudieh Alley, Across from Mahd-e Quran
+98 41 355 588 47
 Sat.-Thurs. from 7:30 am – 7:30 pm
 Fri. 7:30 pm - 1:00 pm
 Open evey day
The Shahriar Museum, which opened in 1991, is located in the home of poet Mohammad-Hossein Behjat Tabrizi (1906-1988) better known by his pen name Shahriar. The Museum houses his personal items including the instruments he played, his calligraphy works and photos.