Its most intriguing exhibit is the scripture-covered under-shirt worn by Qajar monarchs during coronations.
The 19th-century bathhouse, Nobar Hamam , is usually locked but worth double-checking.
This huge brick edifice, an unmissable landmark, is a chunky remnant of Tabriz’s early-14th-century citadel (known as ‘the Ark’)....
Kahveteria Sonati Tarbiat
Cosy, gently romantic brick-vaulted cafe for tea and dates (US$1) served on porcelain featuring Qajar royalty. Women can smoke a qalyan...
This simple dairy-cafe serves unbeatable breakfasts of must-asal (yoghurt and honey) or khame-asal (cream and honeycomb).
Constitution House information
Lonely Planet review
This charming Qajar-era courtyard house is historically significant as a headquarters during the 1906–11 constitutional revolution, but although many labels are in English the numerous photos and documents are unlikely to excite non-specialist tourists.