This museum is located in the central part of the Sa'd Ābād complex. The building belongs to the second qajaro and pahlavi periods and consists of two main and secondary parts. In this museum are kept documents relating to water (such as the agenda of the "Mir āb" (the person responsible for the destruction of water), the letters of donation), the instruments related to water (such as the meter, the 'clock to water, the necessary for the excavation of the well and the qanāt). various sculptures of water scholars and the statue of the official clerk.
In the open space of this museum you can know up close real models of ancient and modern water-related appliances such as dams, water channels, warehouses, mills and other similar materials and examples such as hydraulic bridge models Band Amir, the Karun 3 dam together with the channels that run the water.