Golestan Palace is a collection of valuable buildings and the oldest historical palace in Tehran, built and completed at different times. The complex is one of the most important monuments and palaces in the country that has been attracting tourists and the value of the artistic and historical works that it has been visiting all over the year.
The construction of this building began at the time of Safavid Shah Abbas, and continue to being changed and completed until the Qajar dynasty and Naser-Al-Din Shah Qajar who made a lot of changes under influence of his travels to European countries. Historically this monument has witnessed very important events such as the Constitutional Revolution and the coronation of Pahlavi 1and 2. There are also beautiful works of art such as marble throne, Naser-al-Din Shah Qajar tombstones, which have been transferred from Shahr-e-Rey and some works of Kamal-ol- Molk and other Iranian and foreign artists in this palace. Beautiful buildings such as the Shamsol- Emareh and the Mirror Hall and Emarat-e- Badgir are also of great interest to tourists.
The best way to get to the Golestan Palace is using the Metro. To reach this collection, just take the train from 15th Khordad station and after exit the station, go east to get to Davar Street. The entrance of the Golestan Palace is on this street and only 5 minutes walking require from the metro station to the entrance. The price of entrance ticket to the complex is about 15,000 Toman for foreign tourists and 8,000 Toman for each museum. And ticket price for the main hall is 15,000 Toman.