At the edge of town is the mysterious, octagonal Gonbad-e Jabaliye , which houses a mildly interesting and poorly labelled museum of old...
Bazar-e Sartasari is one of the oldest trading centres in Iran. This main thoroughfare is made up of four smaller bazaars, and a...
Sanati Museum of Contemporary Art
This newly renovated museum is a pleasant surprise in a town that can otherwise feel a long way from modern cultural pursuits. In a...
Chelo Kabab Rahimi
No-frills place true to its name that also offers a decent khoresht (thick meaty stew with rice).
Lonely Planet review
Located underground in green Park-e Sangi, about 500m east of Shohada Sq, the Palaeontological Museum is the passion and life’s work of local mountaineer Mohsen Tajrobekar. Mohsen has collected a stunning array of fossils from the mountains around Kerman and his finds have caused scientists to re-assess the origins of some present-day species. They include a perfectly petrified fish believed to be 530 million years old.