Isfahan Music Museum

The blessed capital of the Safavid kings, Isfahan, with a wide range of historical monuments, is a great destination in Iran. the awesome constructions of Safavid kings such as numerous mosques with turquoise domes, palaces, gardens, mansions and historical bridges make Isfahan interesting. Among the monuments in Isfahan, the Music Museum is a must-see monument that should not be missed. Join Leaveabode Isfahan city tour and enjoy this museum.


Isfahan Music Museum is a private one in Isfahan. | LeaveAbode – Hit the Road



Isfahan Music Museum is the first and only private museum for Iranian music. With the aim of introducing the original Iranian music and promoting the culture of this type, Isfahan Music Museum began its activities in December 2015.

The museum consists of two halls of national and local instruments, in which more than 300 pieces of various national and local Iranian instruments are exhibited. Visiting the halls is done together with a fluent guide in English and French while the audio-video device also explains each instrument.


Numerous Iran traditional music instruments are in the Isfahan Music Museum. | LeaveAbode – Hit the Road


The museum also has a workshop of making instruments to get acquainted with the parts of the instrument and how to make it. In another room the Iranian music performance masters and instrument making masters are introduced.



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The time of a full visit varies between 30 and 60 minutes, depending on the group schedule. After the visit, you can enjoy a live music performance by a museum band for 30 to 45 minutes.



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Know Before You Go

Where is Isfahan Music Museum located?

Isfahan Music Museum is located in the old neighborhood of Jolfa and is the first private music museum in Iran.

How to get to the Isfahan Music Museum ?

The best way is to take part in one of the day tours of Leaveabode.

Isfahan Music Museum is located in the central part of Isfahan, Isfahan province.

Holidays for Isfahan Music Museum?
  • 1 April
  • 4 May
  • 14 & 15 May
  • 4 & 5 & 7 June
  • 18 & 19 August
  • 6 & 7 October

Also, this market cannot be visited on holidays.

The dates may be changeable so get in touch with us for more accurate info.

When does Isfahan Music Museum date back to?

Isfahan Royal Square was built during the Safavid Era in the 18th century.

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