Sa'dabad Palace - Iran Tourist Attractions
Sa’dabad Palace is a large summer residence remaining from the Qajar era, dedicating a piece of this land’s history to itself. The palace languished for a time and was eventually revitalized by the Pahlavi dynasty, with 18 new buildings constructed and becoming a resting place for the Pahlavi family. Each of the existing buildings in Sa’dabad Palace was exclusively used by a member of the royal family of that era, and ordinary people were not allowed to enter. Following the victory of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, Sa’dabad Palace changed use and was transformed into a museum, allowing all history enthusiasts to enter the palace and visit it.