Amir Nezam House, which has turned into The Qajar Museum of Tabriz nowadays, was constructed by Amir Nezam Garroosy, one of the politicians and writers of the Qajar dynasty. This two-story construction has a substruction of 1500 meters; there are 7 halls on the first floor and 6 halls in the basement, that are dedicated to the exhibit of the objects remaining from the Qajar dynasty. One of the features of this building is the interior stuccos and Āina-kāri (is a kind of interior decoration made by Iranian artists for the first time by putting small pieces of the mirror together in geometric forms or in forms of flowers and shrubs) of the mansion which is a great display of Iranian art. The exterior stuccos are also very beautiful and stunning.
Many tourist attractions are surrounding Amir Nezam House including Maqbarat-o-shoara, and Parvin Etesami’s House.