The Carpet Museum Of Iran is home to more than a hundred pieces of fne Persian Carpets from all over Iran, dating from the 17th century to the present day. The Carpet Museum of Iran located in Tehran, beside Laleh Park and founded in 1976 by Queen Farah Diba and mixed 70’s style with carpet inspired function, the exterior design is meant to resemble threads on a loom.
In 1976, the founders of the Carpet Museum of Iran established this Museum with a limited number of Persian carpets and kilims, in order to revive and develop the art of carpet-weaving in Iran, and to provide a source to satisfy the need for research about the historical background and evolution of Persian Carpets.
The Carpet Museum of Iran, with its beautiful architecture and facade resembling a carpet-weaving loom is located on the northwest of Laleh Park in Tehran. It is composed of two exhibition galleries covering an area of 3400 m2.The ground floor gallery is assigned for permanent exhibitions and the upper floor gallery is considered for the temporary exhibitions of carpet.