The Niavaran Palace complex is a historical and cultural complex situated in north of Tehran. The complex that belongs to Qajar and Pahlavi era is a great natural and historical beauty and charm. The building was built with an area of about 9,000 square meters on two and a half floors, and once originally was considered as a place to host the foreign guests, but at the end, it becomes the primary residence of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and his family.
The design of the palace and its interior archeological designing is inspired by Iranian archeology while making use of modern technology and art. The complex is comprised of five museums and other cultural, historical and natural attractions including the blue hall, cinema, Jahan Nama gallery and Niavaran garden.
The ground floor of the main building includes a large hall, and all the rooms formed around it. There are also a private cinema room, dining room, living room, waiting room, lateral halls and the blue hall. In the mezzanine of the building room, the conference room and office and bedroom of Leila and her maid’s room is located. In the third floor, the resting palace of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the makeup room, clothing room and their children’s and maids room is located.
Exquisite collection of paintings by local and foreign artists, porcelains of Germany and French, decorative objects and exquisite Persian carpets adorn the spaces. The building construction is now a museum for public.