Carpet Museum is the first private museum in the country that showcases the importance of the Persian Carpet through the ages. About 60 exquisite handmade carpets from Fars province, in two parts of urban and rural carpets, including Turkish, Luri, Arabic, and Tajik handmade carpets, from Hashem Sadeghimaz's private collection, are on display in this museum. The museum building belongs to Karim Khan Farash (Sedgh-amiz House) - the manager of Ghavam-ol-Molk Shirazi. It is one of the mansions of Ghavam complex, which was built in Qajar era.
Making carpets, kilims, and rugs is an ancient art with a long history in Fars province, so if you want to learn more about the history of one of the oldest crafts in the country, make sure to visit the Carpet Museum. The museum building is considered one of the mansions of the Ghavam complex, which was built during Qajar era.