Reza Abbasi Museum was opened in 1976 on Shariati Avenue in Tehran, opposite the Electrical Faculty of Khaje Nasir-e-Al-Din Tusi University of Technology, and was named after the famous Safavid painter from Kashan, Reza Abbasi.
The museum includes pre-historic artistic works until the thirteenth century AH, which has been exhibited in three halls: Pre-Islamic Hall Islamic Arts Hall Hall of Painting and Hall of Calligraphy
The collections displayed in this museum are very diverse and include works from the 2nd millennium BC to the early 20th century, the end of the Qajar period. These works are displayed in a timely manner, so visitors can follow the evolution of art, civilization and culture in Iran. This arrangement is unique among other Iranian museums.
The section of the museum’s maintenance is dedicated to repairing and restoration of paintings, metal objects and linear books, and is one of the most advanced repair workshops in the country. Therefore, this workshop not only deals with the restoration of objects in the museum of Abbas, but also The restoration works are also transmitted from other museums of the country.