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Interesting visit ti know how did the tunnels and water supply to the city. Is in the center of the... read more

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Water Museum is the house of a rich merchant turned into a museum to tell us about the genius... read more

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Amir Chakhmagh sq., Yazd, Iran
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Interesting visit ti know how did the tunnels and water supply to the city. Is in the center of the city and nearby to other tourist sites

Thank LuisEduardoSiuler
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Very interesting and informative place about how people of Yazd used to appreciate water in the past.

Thank Maryam P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Water Museum is the house of a rich merchant turned into a museum to tell us about the genius people of Yazd who made life possible in the Desert by digging Qanats and bringing it to the city.

Thank Farhad P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Small entrance to the museum is on the north east corner of Amir Chakhmagh square (blink and you will miss the entrance). Situated in an old Qajar mansion and converted to a museum. It is a fine example of mirror and plaster work with a...More

Thank Farzad K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It's very nice place. I learned about how do you people working about water, and ghanat, and whater sistema

Thank Nomads-Shiraz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The usual thing: foreign tourists are paying a far higher price than Iranians. However, there are very few descriptions/explanations in English - in some rooms there were none at all, in others they seemed to be written by a ten year old child. For people...More

Thank zegrumpygerman
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Art of managing water and climate, since many centuries ago, is one of the most important Iranian traditions. Is incredible!!

Thank Tit0F
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Ok. So the museum is in principle interesting: how do they manage to bring water to a city in the middle of the desert? But once again in Iran, the execution is hilariously poor: little information provided with very bad translations and some items on...More

Thank Sandra S
Reviewed August 11, 2018

Iran has used underground water channels for centuries to solve its water problems. This museum explains how they work, where they are, etc. Our authorities in Australia could learn a lot. I'd also like to give a plug for the Padiav homestay, although I don't...More

Thank TracyORyan
Reviewed August 6, 2018

In this museum you will see how the old inhabitants of desert, find and transfer water from far mountains. But ask about English guide, otherwise it may be not very interesting.

Thank mitra m
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