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Water trouble has always been an issue for the people of Yazd. The water museum is a wonderful... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Masoud_Ryt
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Yazd, Iran
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A long visit ... This museum has a lot of places to visit and gives you a lot of information about... read more

Reviewed 16 June 2018
sazimi69
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Tehran, Iran
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Ok. So the museum is in principle interesting: how do they manage to bring water to a city in the middle of the desert? But once again in Iran, the execution is hilariously poor: little information provided with very bad translations and some items on...More

Thank Sandra S
Reviewed 4 days ago

Iran has used underground water channels for centuries to solve its water problems. This museum explains how they work, where they are, etc. Our authorities in Australia could learn a lot. I'd also like to give a plug for the Padiav homestay, although I don't...More

Thank TracyORyan
Reviewed 1 week ago

In this museum you will see how the old inhabitants of desert, find and transfer water from far mountains. But ask about English guide, otherwise it may be not very interesting.

Thank mitra m
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you are interested in the water supply in Iran you should go. Very good medium size museum. Clarifies a lot even without a guide. Takes upto 1 hour. Near large square in centre. Opening times on trip advisor are not correct. On August 5...More

Thank Rudi L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Water trouble has always been an issue for the people of Yazd. The water museum is a wonderful complex of instruments, pictures and objects related to qanat (the underground canals dug to bring water to the city from distant points), water and special ways of...More

Thank Masoud_Ryt
Reviewed 30 June 2018 via mobile

The historical city of Yazd in central Iran is famous for its qanats. Yazd Water Museum, one of the best of its kind, is devoted to the brave men who built such underground aqueducts in the past. Located in a restored mansion with a visible...More

1  Thank AsalFardinmehr
Reviewed 29 June 2018 via mobile

Yazd is one of the best cities to visit for tourists. But never try it in public vacations like Norouz. Different people with sometimes the lack of culture come here so that makes a terrible trip for you. But the house is flawless and just...More

Thank Saeedeh A
Reviewed 16 June 2018

A long visit ... This museum has a lot of places to visit and gives you a lot of information about the past. This place has many stair, if you are healthy, visit this museum

Thank sazimi69
Reviewed 13 June 2018

Don't expect a fancy museum. The exhibition is well organiserd with English signs that explains how the qanat (underground aquaduct) were created and worked.

Thank Dekpau
Reviewed 11 June 2018 via mobile

Its a traditional house that collect water instrument of yazd early peopleand show how they arrive water to their dry city and use it for sevral goals.it was exciting.you should visit it.

Thank fmalakooti
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