This collection consists of various works of art purchased from other countries and represents the civilizations of pre-Islam Iranian, African, Indian, far east, Eskimos, Mayas and contemporary arts of Iranian as well as non-Iranian artists.
Was built in 1932 for Mohammad Reza Shah. Rooms are covered with valuable rugs as follows:
1-Ground floor lobby: Whole silk Kashan rug, 63 sq. m. and whole silk Kerman rug in three section.
2-Living room: 121 sq. m. Kerman rug (Arjmand workshop), medallion corner design.
3-Dining room: 86 sq. m. Kerman rug, Abbasi flower design.
4-Wating room: 56 sq. m. Kerman rug, Medallion Arabesque design.
5-Working room: 73 sq. m. Kerman rug, Medallion corner
Farah bedroom: 75 sq. m Kerman rug (70 wales), medallion corner; and a small pictorial rug with Sheik Sana'an and Christian girl portrait.
Dining room: 145 sq. m. Meshed rug (Amu Oghli workshop), Flower Arabesque design, related to Sheikh Safi Ardebili design, 16th century.
Ceremony Hall: 143 sq. m. Meshed rug, medallion two Vase design.
Living room: 51 sq. m. Meshed rug, medallion corner.
Bedroom: 55 sq. m. Kerman rug, Shah Abbasi, medallion corner.
Lobby: 73 sq. m. Yazd rug. There is also, some coral and ivory decorative things. Around, some color paintings 350 × 810 cm. are found, with epic poem subjects. In north and south side, Bahram Gour in hunting, in west, Rostam and China Emperor fight, which are painted by Hossein Taherzadeh Behzad in 1941.
In this palace, also found, valuable furniture, porcelains and candelabrums, which are mostly dedicated by foreign countries.