The Nazari garden is located in the city of Hamadan (homonymous region) and dates back to the end of the qajara era; it had owners and several residents such as the British consuls, the qajari princes, the Nazari family and various functions including the seat of the faculty of architecture; it was inaugurated in 2009 as an anthropology museum.
The large historical complex of the museum garden, in addition to the numerous trees, a beautiful pavement and some fountains, also has a finely bricked entrance portal, a vestibule with a domed brick ceiling and a brick and covered staircase to access the roof of the vestibule.
The main and noteworthy building of this complex has an entrance with a pyramidal ceiling. On the four sides of the second floor of the building a Ivan with wooden stairs which has 24 wooden pillars covered with stucco. The capitals of the complex have floral decorations and the ceiling of some rooms has a false ceiling.
Today in this museum whose portal bears the phrase "Ibn Sina Museum of Hamadan" but which is known as the "Garden of the Nazari museum", you can see works of value from the history and culture of Hamadan together with 800 photographs of the city's tourist attractions such as: the underground city of Saman, the hand-excavated Arzanfud complex, the Gamasiab spring, the prehistoric Nushijan hill, the inscription of Agha Jan Balaghi Asadabad, the Sarab-e Ghian forest etc ...