The Persian Carpet Museum is one of the most beautiful and specialized museums in Tehran, which was opened on February 22, 1356 and the northwest side of Laleh Park. Exquisite carpets from all over Iran that are the result of the work of famous artists are exhibited at this museum. The museum's designer is Abdul Aziz Faramanfarmaeian. The museum's building has an interesting architecture and its exterior is shaped with rugs. The museum's building has an area of 3400 square meters, consisting of two halls for displaying Persian carpets and carpets. The ground floor of the museum is intended for the permanent display of 150 pieces of carpets and its second floor for holding seasonal and casual exhibitions. The purpose of this museum is to study the history, history and quality of the carpet industry and carpet. The Persian Carpet Museum collection is one of the most valuable examples of Iranian rugs from the 9th century to the contemporary era and is considered as a rich source of research for the researchers and art of friends. Usually 135 boards of Iranian carpet masterpieces, which are the texture of important carpet weaving centers like Kashan, Kerman, Isfahan, Tabriz, Khorasan, Kurdistan, etc., are displayed in the ground floor hall. Also in the museum's library, about 3,500 books in Persian, Arabic, French, English, and German are available to the art of friends and scholars. The best books, publications, and researches on Persian carpets and oriental carpets and books on religion, art and literature in Iran are available at the museum library Alongside the library, the bookstore of the museum is also working. It is also displayed at the museum's showroom for museum visitors, films and slides for carpet weaving and gilding and handicrafts of Iran. In the carpet museum of Iran, due to their quality and dating, and taking into account the characteristics of Iranian carpet in terms of coloring, design, role, texture and diversity of carpet weaving are maintained. The oldest known carpet in the world is the 25,000-year-old Pazirik carpet that was discovered in southern Siberia in 1949 and is considered as the texture of Iran during the Achaemenid period. Paziritica is a woolen carpet with vivid colors. This quadrilateral carpet is rough and its dimensions are 1. 98 at 1. 89 meters. The roles that can be seen include the image of the riders, the deer being mowed, and the legendary animals with the head of the eagle and the body of the camel, with a fringe margin. After reviewing the structure of the carpet and its pictures, Sergei Rudenko realized the similarity of the motifs of this carpet with the prominent features of Persepolis, and most researchers consider this carpet to be part of the textures of the Parthians or the Medes. But there are still many different ideas about the true history of this carpet, which has not been counterproductive to political currents, especially Iran. Also exhibited in this exhibition are samples of Shahmaneh Baisanghari's visual rug, which depicts some of Iran's rich literature, mythology, religion, and culture and art. These works were all created at the masterpiece of Mousavi Singh's carpet workshop with the help of young Iranian artists and the taste and taste of the master of the world and computer technology. Among other works displayed in the museum is an unparalleled and valuable handmade carpet in Iran, where the carpet weaving of Kashan, in sizes 130 to 220 cm, is known as the Mirza Kuchak Khan Forest, which has armed this clerical national character in military uniforms. Guns and guns. In the mirror above the image of Mirza, an inscription with the name and the name of the factory Mullah Mahmoud is seen which probably, according to these terms, is the history of the carpet of the last years of the Qajar period. The enthusiasts can visit the Iranian Carpet Museum every day, except Mondays, from 9:00 to 17:00 in the fall and winter, and from 9:00 to 18:00 in the spring and summer.