Armenian Museum of Tabriz, which opened in 1966, houses manuscripts, scrolls, coins, sculptors, paintings, epigraphs, artworks and antiques.
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.
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.