After seeing several overrated and overpriced sights in Yazd, this was very refreshing. The entrance fee of the museum is very low and there is actually something to see. There are photo's and exhibits about the traditional qanats, the underground water canals that used to bring water to the city, and the people that maintained them. All photo's and exhibits are in persian and english and it explains very well how this system worked. The museum is housed inside a traditional Qajar house much like other traditional houses in the city that you have to pay 10 times more to see, without any exhibits.
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